Motorcycle Enthusiasts Can Now Enjoy Increased Access
to North American Fleet
LOS ANGELES, CA – November 3, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – In its latest move to further enhance its industry-unique club, EagleRider, the world’s largest motorcycle rental and tour company, today announced that it will now offer customers a flat $39 rate for additional days beyond their 13 free credits.
Club EagleRider, the first-of-its-kind in the motorcycle industry, gives members access to thousands of motorcycles for rent every month across multiple locations in North America. Prior to this benefit update, members received a 15 percent discount on additional rental days. With the $39 update, members can effectively save upwards of 70 percent off each motorcycle touring adventure. EagleRider will also be making this offer available more than 300 days each year.
Since its founding in 1992, EagleRider has worked to make motorcycle adventure more accessible and affordable with each new product offering. The latest improvement to Club EagleRider demonstrates the company’s dedication to empowering motorcycle enthusiasts and adventure travelers to do what they love, as often as they please.
Pioneering the motorcycle rental concept in 1992, EagleRider has since grown to become a motorcycle experience industry leader, fulfilling dreams of thousands of motorcyclists worldwide. EagleRider’s vast network of locations allows the company to offer a variety of motorcycle travel options and a Club EagleRider membership program – the first of its kind in the motorcycle industry. With EagleRider, motorcyclists have the option to select from a fleet of Harley-Davidson®, Indian Motorcycle®, Honda®, Triumph®, BMW® motorcycles and Polaris® Slingshot. EagleRider has grown from four bikes in a home garage to a global company with thousands of motorcycles for rent, hundreds of tour options (guided, self-drive or custom), motorcycle sales and servicing and exclusive apparel lines. www.eaglerider.com
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Megan Rupp / Alexandra Lundy
JMPR Public Relations