Buy and Ride program offers incentives
EagleRider is gearing up to offer their entire line of products and services for this year’s Daytona Bike Week. Established in 1937, Daytona Bike Week has become one of the largest motorcycle rallies in the world, with approximately 500,000 in attendance.
“2013 marks the 20th year that EagleRider has been involved with Daytona Bike Week, and we take great pride in being the largest provider of rental motorcycle and tours for both domestic and international riders who fly into Florida each year for this amazing event,” said Chris McIntyre, co-founder and CEO of EagleRider Motorcycles.
EagleRider’s six locations in Florida mean riders from around the globe can plan their Daytona Bike Week motorcycle rental or tour around their own travel plans, rather than having to fly to one specific location.
With Harley-Davidson being the most popular brand of bike at this event, EagleRider has made it a point to maintain the largest selection of Harley-Davidson rentals in Daytona Beach.
“With motorcycle rentals in Orlando, Miami, Stuart and Fort Lauderdale, many travelers are renting from these locations and making the ride up to Daytona bike week as part of the experience,” said Rich Michowski , COO of EagleRider.
For those looking to be one of the several hundred thousand people who thunder into Daytona Bike Week on their own wheels, EagleRider has introduced its Fly and Buy program. Customers can fly into Florida for Bike Week and go to EagleRider for a large selection of used Harley-Davidsons in Orlando. Through the end of March, EagleRider will reimburse a buyer up to $500 for airfare or ship the new bike home after Bike Week.
“Our EagleRider Bike Sales Team can’t begin to tell you how much we are looking forward to seeing the parade of new bike owners rolling down the main drag of Daytona, and we’ll be proud to know that EagleRider played a big part in putting them there,” said Scott Wall, VP of motorcycle sales at EagleRider.
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