Your spouse may not want you to have another motorcycle in the garage,
but Riders Share does
- Riders Share will pay users an additional $250 for listing their motorcycle on the platform and performing three rentals between July 14th and October 14th, 2021.
- Desired bikes and vehicles include 2015 or newer BMW, Can-Am, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Indian, and Ural.
AUSTIN, TX – July 15, 2021 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – The largest motorcycle sharing marketplace, Riders Share, announced today that it will be paying users an additional $250 who list their 2015 or newer BMW, Can-Am, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Indian, and Urals motorcycles and vehicles on the platform, and perform three rentals by October 14, 2021. Riders Share is providing owners the opportunity to cash-in on their motorcycles, and the perfect excuse to buy another. So, when your wife asks why there is another motorcycle in the garage, you can blame it on us. We helped you solve the perfect number of motorcycles you need in your life, which is N+1.
“Historically, purchasing a motorcycle hasn’t been viewed as a good investment, but we are aiming to change that with the Riders Share platform,” said Guillermo Cornejo, CEO of Riders Share. “We have helped many of our users turn their motorcycles into incredible financial investments, returning as much as 2,800% in 3 years by listing their motorcycles and utilizing the peer-to-peer platform. Riders Share users have been able to start businesses based on the volume rentals they are performing on the platform. It truly is the power of the peer-to-peer platform.”
If you’re looking for an excuse to buy your next bagger, touring, or naked bike, Riders Share just gave you the best reason ever. With the ability to profit off your motorcycle and take your next step towards financial independence, there has never been a better time to purchase that new bike. As a category disrupter, Riders Share is committed to changing the way we travel and access motorcycles, because we all know a world with more motorcycles in it is a better place.
The motorcycles and vehicles that perform the best on the platform are as follows: BMW adventure bikes, Can-Am, Ducati Monsters and Scramblers, Harley-Davidson Road Glide and Electra Glide, Indian Chieftains, Challenger and Roadmasters, and Urals. Adventure bikes from all brands tend to also perform well. If your market is already crowded with American baggers, a Honda Goldwing can help you stand out. While it isn’t required, it is highly recommended to choose these motorcycles and that the vehicles be 2015 or newer to ensure the best success for users in getting paid their $250 bonus from Riders Share. Riders Share also has a referral program, which allows users to provide $50 in free credits to friends to allow them to experience the site and book their first rental, thus streamlining the opportunity to get paid for owning a motorcycle.
About Riders Share
Riders Share, is the world’s largest peer-to-peer motorcycle marketplace platform, matching underutilized motorcycles with vetted riders that want to rent them. Riders Share leverages machine learning to vet riders, provides an insurance policy for owners and offers roadside assistance. With over 100,000 registered users, Riders Share offers the largest variety of motorcycles available to rent in the world, all while providing a superior experience for renters and an extra source of income for owners.
About LiveOak Venture Partners
LiveOak Venture Partners is a venture capital fund based in Austin, Texas. With 20 years of successful venture investing in Texas, the founders of LiveOak have helped create nearly $2 billion of enterprise value. While almost all of LiveOak’s investments begin at the Seed and Series A stages, LiveOak is a full life cycle investor focused on helping create category leading technology and technology-enabled service companies headquartered in Texas. LiveOak Venture Partners has been the lead investor in over 30 exciting high-growth Texas-based companies in the last seven years including ones such as CS Disco, Digital Pharmacist, OJO Labs, Opcity and TrustRadius.
Source: Riders Share