EagleRider, the world’s largest motorcycle rental, tours, sales, service, and parts & accessories company, is pumping new blood into its relationship with longtime partner, the American Motorcyclist Association. EagleRider and the AMA have maintained a steady partnership for over 5 years, now the two have combined resources once again to reach out to more motorcyclists in the United States.
EagleRider is a big supporter of the AMA, the services provided to its members, and its continuous contribution to the motorcycle world as a whole. Because a large majority of EagleRider customers are domestic motorcycle travelers and enthusiasts, it is a great opportunity to educate customers on the benefits of joining the AMA, starting with the EagleRider discount. All AMA members will now be receiving 15% off any EagleRider motorcycle rentals or tours from EagleRider corporate locations.
"AMA riders are among the most committed riders on the planet, and we're excited to offer them a great deal on a motorcycle rental," said Shawn Fechter, EagleRider’s Vice-President of Business Development.
AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman said, "When it comes to motorcycle rentals, nobody has the wide selection and numerous locations as EagleRider, and we're glad to work with EagleRider to bring a special money-saving benefit to our members. In many cases, depending on the rental or tour, you can save more than the cost of your AMA membership—just another example of the value of helping protect your rights to ride with the American Motorcyclist Association.
Starting out as a motorcycle rental and tour company in 1992, EagleRider has expanded into a well diverse motorcycle company, with used motorcycle dealerships, service centers, and its newly launched motorcycle parts and accessories superstore. The AMA will be looking to give their members more options for motorcycle services, as EagleRider’s accessibility would be greatly beneficial to AMA members.