Harley-Davidson announces rental option for 120 dealerships
Updated December 4, 2018
Earlier in the week, through a press release, Harley Davidson Inc. went on to reveal that it has activated over 120 dealerships as rental locations through its partnership with rental company EagleRider.
The partnership between Harley-Davidson and EagleRider was formed back in May 2017 and according to the agreed terms, it permits EagleRider to exclusively offers current model year Harley motorcycles for its large cruiser and touring segments.
In addition to that, through Harley-Davidson dealerships, consumers can also enjoy EagleRider’s travel, rental and tour experiences.
Chris McIntyre, the co-founder and chief executive also made a comment through the press release in which he said, “We have just completed an incredible first year with Harley-Davidson and so far we are extremely thrilled with this partnership as it continues to produce great results for our industry.”
McIntyre further added, “Through the largest connected network of motorcycle rental locations in the U.S, we have been able to consistently deliver exciting rides for all consumers. As our network continues to grow, we are looking forward to adding more dealerships on-board.”
Every Harley-Davidson/EagleRider dealership can offer riders guided tours, daily rentals, and membership opportunities to Through Club EagleRider, the touring company’s membership program, each and every Harley-Davidson/EagleRider dealership can offer daily rentals, membership opportunities, and guided tours.
Overall, the alliance has an aim of adding as many as 700 Harley-Davidson dealerships. Currently, consumers can tour popular motorcycle destinations such as the Pacific Coast Highway and Route 66, as participating dealerships are nationwide.
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