Thursday, June 21, 2012

Partner Spotlight: EagleRider Motorcycle Rentals and Tours




EagleRider is the largest motorcycle tourism company in the world specializing in rentals of motorcycles, ATVs, dirt bikes, scooters, snowmobiles, and watercraft. Their world-class locations nationwide offer customers perfectly maintained Harley, Honda, and BMW motorcycles for rent.

EagleRider provides their customers with both guided and self-drive tours that range from 2 to 18 days. The company has over 30 guided tours to choose from as well as nearly 100 self-drive tours. One of the most famous guided tours is without a doubt the Easy Rider Movie Tour.  The tour begins in Los Angeles and follows the route taken by “Billy” and “Wyatt” to New Orleans in Easy Rider, the famous 1969 film notorious for introducing the freedom that riding a motorcycle in America can offer to the masses. The EagleRider Motorcycle Rental and Tours team worked with Sony Pictures and Easy Rider to retrace the most authentic tour route used during the production of the film. As a result, EagleRider has exclusive rights to this once in a lifetime opportunity. There are also guided tours throughout the Midwest, along the Pacific Coast, and even throughout Florida and too many self-drive tours to count.

EagleRider offers the cream of the crop customer service and has both round trip and one-way rentals without hourly fees available. Rentals include safety equipment and helmets upon request. In addition, EagleRider will even provide storage for your luggage, airline tickets, and valuables free of charge. Riders can also opt to have their bikes delivered and if they are within 5 miles of the nearest location EagleRider will even pick them up.

In addition to offering motorcycle rentals and tours, EagleRider has four retail locations that sell used motorcycles. These stores are located in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale. 

For more information on rentals, touring and used motorcycle sales please visit http://eaglerider.com/.

9 comments:

Jennz said...

There are many motorcycle rentals out there but I think Eagle Rider is one of the best.If you want the best tours and cool motorcycles to rent, check out Eagle.

Motorcycle Insurance Fort Lauderdale said...

I am interested to try the eagle rider. May I just ask if all of your motorcycles are registered in one of the Motorcycle Insurance Agencies in Fort Lauderdale?

Rachel Matteson said...

This is amazing. I've never tried this trip before but it is really promising though. This would be like the perfect getaway experience and the ride of a lifetime. :)
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Rachel Matteson said...

I really want to try having a long trip driving a cool bike. They say it's difficult when you are a girl but I have seen many girls driving bikes. I envy them. Hope I can do it someday. :)
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Craig winder said...

Visit the Eaglerider stand at the NEC and take a good look at the Captain America replica Harley. Then picture yourself riding across America chasing the American Dream as a latter day Peter Fonda. MCi Tours is going in October to do precisely that. Wanna come along on our Easy Rider tour?

Rachel Matteson said...

Wow! The thought of having to go to the trip fascinates me especially renting top bike brands like BMW. This so cool. I wonder about the price though.
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Rachel Matteson said...

Sounds like a very exciting trip. I haven't had a long drive in quite a while. Perhaps this will be my next tour. I'd like to know more about it first though. :)
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Rachel Matteson said...

Looks like Eaglee Rider really has a lot of things in store for bike enthusiasts. They have lots of great offers and fantastic tours to enjoy. Got to check their website for more details.
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Rachel Matteson said...

A great company that offers top quality rentals of your favorite motorcycle brands. I'll check out their website for more details. What I'm really interested in is how they make sure that the motorycle is returned what with all the burglary and carnapping happening around.
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