September 10, 2010 // Franchising.com // Hawthorne, CA – EagleRider, the world's largest motorcycle rental and tour company, recently announced a new promotion allowing motorcycle enthusiasts to share the experience of the open road on their birthday.
The EagleRider 'Ride Free on Your Birthday" program allows riders to visit participating EagleRider locations on their birthday and receive a free one-day motorcycle rental. In order to receive the free rental, the rider has to simply show their ID with proof of their birthday.
"We are so thrilled to be able to offer this opportunity to customers on their birthdays," said Chris McIntyre, President of EagleRider. "Not everyone can afford to own a motorcycle, so by allowing a free birthday rental, we are able to make each and every customer's birthday a day to remember."
In 1992, EagleRider pioneered the Harley-Davidson® motorcycle rental concept and the guided motorcycle tour business. Today, the franchise offers a complete line of vehicles making virtually any traveler's idyllic itinerary possible.
EagleRider offers a huge selection of perfectly maintained motorcycles, including Harley, Honda, BMW, and more, and allow one-way rentals, self drive, and guided tours between franchise rental facilities located in the most desirable tourist destinations in the world. EagleRider also offers adventure rentals for the whole family with a complete line of off-road vehicles, including ATV's, dirt bikes, dual sports, jet skis, scooters, and more. The company has several EZ financing options on late-model, quality-used motorcycles, as well as select biker apparel.
EagleRider is the world's largest motorcycle rental and tour company specializing in Harley-Davidson® rentals, ATV rentals, Dirt Bike rentals and Watercraft rentals. The franchise offers bike enthusiasts the opportunity to rent the American Dream and experience the ultimate motorcycle touring adventure from worldwide locations. Whether for a weekend escape or for a cross country motorcycle tour, EagleRider provides the means to release the pent up outlaw that yearns for the open road. The franchise boasts 110 locations around the world in 12 countries with plans to add 50 more locations in 2010.