Video: Energica Rides the Atlantic Road

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Energica is sharing a new riding experience a few months after the 450 miles Cal 1 Tour through by taking their Ego on one of Europe's most stunning roads.

Energica Motorcycles on the Atlantic Road
Both Terje Håkonsen and Thomas Sigvartsen rode Energica motorcycles on one of Europe's most amazing roads.Photo Courtesy of Energica

That road is the iconic Atlantic Road and it's situated in Norway, close to the cities of Molde and Kristiansund in the midwest part of the Norwegian coastline. The Atlantic Road has sharp turns and breathtaking nature that is sure to show off the Energica motorcycle's sharp styling.

Thomas Sigvartsen on Energica Ego on the Atlantic Road.
GP motorcycle racer Thomas Sigvartsen was surprised by the Energica Ego on his ride on the Atlantic Road.Photo Courtesy of Energica

Sport and wildness come together as the riders of this adventure are the snowboard multi world champion Terje Håkonsen and the GP motorcycle racer Thomas Sigvartsen.

“First test drive of Energica Ego was surprising! I think I'm a little more specific about how the handling on the bike works, compared with a normal streetbiker,” says Thomas Sigvartsen. “That is also something I think makes me even more surprised after testing this bike, because the handling is amazing! How the bike works from you brake into the corner, and how its accelerate out is impressing. The bike transfer the energy good to the ground, and that makes the bikes stability working perfect. I need to say as a racer, this bike impress me a lot more than I expected.”

“A great riding experience; easy to ride, amazing acceleration and energy regeneration. Insane acceleration!” continues Terje Håkonsen, “The motorcycle works great both for inside and outside the city. It’s great that you don't have to use the clutch much and that you instead get an easy, smooth riding-feeling. Really easy to drive, and feels super smooth and comfortable. Energica motorcycles are the fastest and smoothest bikes I've ever ridden!”

Check out the video of their ride below.

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