EagleRider announces new locations in the USA

EagleRider announces new locations in the USA

EagleRider, the world’s largest motorcycle rental and tour company, has opened two new outposts in the USA in Portland, Oregon and Cleveland BMW, Ohio. Both locations are ready to take reservations immediately and will be open as of 1 April 2013. They are in addition to EagleRider’s 63 existing stateside shops, which span across 28 states including California, Florida, Illinois, Utah and Wyoming.

With bikes from the classic American steel horses of Harley Davidson, to smooth Hondas and sleek BMWs, there’s a huge range of choice on which to live out the ultimate American road-trip dream, with dozens of group or individual tour options across the United States of America. Choose from iconic tours including Route 66, Western Highlights (encompassing California, Arizona and Nevada) and a Las Vegas National Park tour taking in the Hoover Dam, Route 66, Red Rocks in Sedona, the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park. Even those who don’t have a license aren’t left out – there’s the new option to ride pillion on the back of a bike, with dozens of one day itineraries from just £236 per person.

Brand new for May is the world’s first Easy Rider tour, based on the Hollywood classic starring Peter Fonda. The 15 day tour will offer participants the chance to visit exact locations where the movie was filmed and ride from the highways of Southern California, to Death Valley, Monument Valley to Taos, New Mexico, then across the plains of Texas down to New Orleans to experience the jazz and blues music and to celebrate Billy and Wyatt style. Furthermore, riders will get to see behind the scenes movie props and hear stories told to members of the EagleRider team by the late director, as well as stand on actual locations the film was shot. Tour participants will also be given the opportunity to ride the brand new Captain America bike that EagleRider has commissioned, giving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to relive a piece of motorcycling and cinematic history. The tour will be offered six times throughout 2013, starting in May and ending in October.