As of this year, Italian bike brand Energica has partnered up with Revolte, an organization that will purportedly provide roadside assistance and maintenance to French motorcyclists.
Why the French, you ask? Why not everyone?
Good question; it’s because the City of Love – and her surrounding community – has a unique lean.
Compared to the rest of Europe, France consistently ranks as “one of the most sustainable nations in Europe and the world, due to its emphasis on green initiatives and its openness to rethinking unsustainable infrastructure and practices” (via SnowDropSolutions).
In other words, there is really no better place to play beta-tester – especially when it’s a scheme that has potential of expansion to other corners in the electric transport industry.
According to RideApart, Revolte’s home base is stationed in Nantes, with their remote services including a Mobile Workshop to tout about the green – all highly convenient for the locals, to be sure.
“We are proud to conclude this agreement with Revolte which represents an excellent opportunity to increase our assistance service in France,” enthuses Energica Commercial Director Giacomo Leon.
“This is a crucial European market which shows great interest in the development of sustainable mobility.”