Los Angeles, CA--(Marketwire - October 21, 2008) - EagleRider, the world's largest motorcycle rental company, today announces a new program with GE Capital Solutions, Commercial Distribution Finance (CDF) to offer qualified motorcycle dealerships 100% floorplan financing on purchases of used, factory stock motorcycles with up to six months of no interest and no payments.
EagleRider Finance can now offer a competitive used motorcycle financing program to help credit squeezed dealerships acquire used motorcycle inventory for their dealership. Approved dealers who take advantage of this new program can acquire inventory without paying interest or payments for up to 180 days.
"Our mission is to offer value and convenience to the dealer network. Only EagleRider offers dealerships the convenience of a 'one-stop shopping experience' to buy hundreds of late model, used Harley-Davidson® motorcycles with competitive 100% floorplan financing and up to 180 days of no interest and no payments," said Chris McIntyre, EagleRider President. "CDF's new program with EagleRider makes all this possible and truly is a bright spot in today's economy."
EagleRider has over one thousand late-model factory stock used motorcycles from Harley-Davidson®, Honda and BMW available for sale at warehouse prices. Dealers looking to take advantage of this unbelievable deal should contact the EagleRider wholesale department at email@example.com or call (888) 605-6234.
EagleRider pioneered the motorcycle rental concept in 1992 and today operates the world's largest motorcycle rental and powersport rental fleet from premier manufacturers such as Harley-Davidson®, Honda®, BMW®, Vespa and Polaris®. EagleRider's expansion of its franchise rental facilities targets global tourist destinations and currently offers adventure and motorcycle travel enthusiasts the opportunity to experience their dream vacation on the back of late-model motorcycles in top tourist destinations in the USA, United Kingdom, Austria, Australia, Spain, France, Ireland, Mexico, Costa Rica, and New Zealand.