East Anglian electric motorcycle dealership English Electric Motor Co (EEMC) is offering the nation’s key workers the opportunity to apply for the free use of a range of currently unused premium stock motorcycles during the COVID-19 crisis.
Over the current lockdown period, the UK’s largest electric motorcycle franchise, EEMC, has continued to keep its workshop open. However, the dealership also has a large range of fully prepped 2020 e-bike brands sitting idle and gathering dust in their recently refurbished showroom.
EEMC founder Alec Sharp has decided to do his bit to help key workers fighting on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic “Two brands that we stock, Super Soco and NIU are currently supplying free of charge e-bikes to key workers commuting locally and nationally. I thought we all need to do our bit to help at this time and that’s why EEMC is stepping up and offering the free use of our Zero, Energica, Super Soco, NIU and SUR-RON electric motorcycles fleet for a week. The offer will guarantee key workers a way to save money on their commute and present them with an alternative greener mode of transport at the same time.”
The award-winning company is encouraging any key worker within the UK to email firstname.lastname@example.org to complete a short questionnaire and provide suitable evidence as a qualifying key worker. EEMC will create a shortlist of applicants and match the appropriate electric motorcycles to the successful candidates. Those who are chosen will have full use of the e-bikes for a one week period, with EEMC covering the cost of delivery and pick up. Due to government advice/guidelines, the company will provide a contactless risk-free handover delivery service. The offer will continue until the end of the lockdown period.