Before you bash it, all I'm saying about the electric motorcycle is that it could very well bring a new level of connection between riders and non-riders. I know you might not care about that, but if you have a kid or a family member who just doesn't "get it", the Rocket E1 could change that. And your connection to them could grow to something bigger than ever.
You may have read in our About page that my background is in digital marketing. This component of my education and experience has opened up the world for me. I've worked in industries such as general contracting, consumer retail, b2b retail, coffee, country music, and now electric motorcycles right here in North Carolina.
The project is with a new motorcycle-maker called EVA (or Exemplary Vertical Applications, Inc.). Its founder, Eric Nkusi, designed the Rocket E1 electric motorcycle with fun, convenience, and air quality in mind. I got to ride one recently and this Saturday (February 2nd, 2020) I (the marketing me)
will be hosting have a test drive event right here in Fayetteville. I look forward to sharing that experience with you.
In the meantime, just know that this machine feels like it can reach 60 in 3-5 seconds. This comes from the guy who just rode his first motorcycle so take it with a grain of salt. All I know is that this thing has some torque!
Take a look at some of the specs below. Nkusi isn't messing around with this.
Whatever your opinion may be, this machine is worth a drive. And for the price, you couldn't ask for a better experience.
You can reserve 1 of 10 spots for this Saturday by visiting the Facebook Event page.
Here's a final treat for you. YouTube channel, Talon Sei, reviews the Rocket E1: