Los Angeles, CA--(Marketwire) - EagleRider, the world's largest motorcycle rental company, is proud to announce its exclusive partnership with the Automobile Club of America (AAA) and the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA). AAA/CAA members will now receive discounts at over 58 EagleRider motorcycle rental locations in the United States through AAA's "Show Your Card and Save" discount program.
This new partnership makes EagleRider the exclusive motorcycle rental company for AAA/CAA and their 53 million North American AAA members. Effective December 15, 2008, AAA and CAA members will receive a 12% discount off EagleRider Motorcycle Rentals, 10% off EagleRider apparel and accessories, and $300 off EagleRider certified used motorcycles.
The EagleRider "Show your card and Save" discount program will roll out in two phases. Starting December 15, 2008, AAA members can book their motorcycle rental through a dedicated toll-free phone number or special AAA email address. AAA/CAA members are also eligible to book their reservation at the local EagleRider locations. The second phase of the launch will allow AAA members to book their reservation through a dedicated AAA website starting January 27, 2009.
EagleRider specializes in renting Harley-Davidson, Vespa, Honda, and BMW motorcycles. They offer customers the ease of one-way rentals, centralized booking, and free pick and drop off service. AAA/CAA members looking to reserve their motorcycle rental should call the exclusive toll free number at (877) 869-5023 or email their central reservation center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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®, Polaris® and Vespa®. 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 across the USA, United Kingdom, Austria, Australia, Spain, France, Ireland, Mexico, Costa Rica, and New Zealand.