EagleRider, the world’s largest motorcycle rental and travel company, and Harley-Davidson continue to make major strides in the strategic alliance between the two brands – activating more than 120 Harley-Davidson® dealerships as rental locations throughout the United States.
“After rounding the corner of an incredible first year, we are thrilled that our partnership with Harley-Davidson continues to produce great results for our industry,” said Chris McIntyre, CEO and Co-founder of EagleRider. “Our companies have been consistently delivering exciting rides for consumers through the largest connected network of motorcycle rental locations in the U.S. We look forward to bringing more dealerships on-board as our network expands.” With the large scope of rental locations, riders can begin and end their two-wheeled adventures almost anywhere in the United States. The 150+ new locations give riders from around the world additional access to America’s most popular tourist destinations and motorcycle routes like the iconic Route 66 and Pacific Coast Highway.
Both companies are committed to helping travelers explore America in the most authentic way possible, on an iconic Harley-Davidson® motorcycle. Every EagleRider/Harley-Davidson location can set riders up with guided tours, daily rentals and Club EagleRider membership opportunities.
rough the alliance, which was announced in May 2017, EagleRider exclusively offers current model year Harley-Davidson® motorcycles for its Touring and Large Cruiser motorcycle rental segments, equipped with Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories. Harley-Davidson works exclusively with EagleRider to provide rental, travel and tour experiences from its U.S dealership network.
Additionally, EagleRider launched an all-new program earlier this year for qualified dealers to purchase pre-owned Harley-Davidson motorcycles from EagleRider’s expansive fleet. The EagleRider Dealer Exchange, known as ERDX, is a convenient and cost-effective way for dealerships to expand their pre-owned bike offerings from a trusted source. In June, EagleRider expanded its online platform by launching the mobile application so buyers of pre-owned bikes can purchase inventory from any place at any time directly from their mobile device at value pricing.