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Get Behind the Wheel at Electrify Expo

Electrify Expo comes to the Bay Area for the first time ever this weekend, with more than a million square feet of exhibits and demo space at Alameda Point. The family-friendly event will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25.

Alameda Post - Electrify Expo poster

Ride, drive, and demo your favorite electric car, electric truck, e-motorcycle, e-bike, e-scooter, e-skateboard, e-surfboard, e-foil, and other EVs. Get behind the wheel of the latest electric cars and trucks—Tesla, BMW, Lexus, Volvo, Ford, Polestar, VW, and others.

Rip e-bikes around a high-speed track, over an off-road dirt course, or through a special cruising zone. Lean into a loop as you glide on e-scooters and e-skateboards, or zip electric motorcycles on a purpose-mapped route.

Alameda Post - a child rides a small electric bike
Photo Electrify Expo / Facebook.
Alameda Post - adults test drive electric motorcycles
Photo Electrify Expo / Facebook.

Or for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, head over to the Thrill Zone for an exhilarating ride with a professional driver in the Mustang Mach-E® 1400. To be eligible, registrants must engage in a hot lap in the Mustang Mach-E® GT or take a test drive of the Mustang Mach-E® or F-150 Lightning® in the Ford Ride & Drive Zone.

Kids can get in on the fun in the special Kids’ Zone with electric go-carts, electric STACYC balance bikes and more. The whole family can explore exhibits from cutting-edge manufacturers on everything from aftermarket mods to charging solutions and more.

Alameda Post - an Electrify Expo car that is rainbow colored
Photo Electrify Expo / Facebook.

There will also be music, food trucks, and more. Tickets for Electrify Expo are $20 for general admission; kids 5 and under are free. Family-pack tickets for four (over age 5) are $60. Tickets may be purchased online or in person.

Get a 25% discount on tickets when you purchase online with the following code: EE23SF25

Look for a full report in the Alameda Post next week.

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