EagleRider, the world's largest renter of Harley- Davidson motorcycles, announced the opening of a location in Quincy, Calif.
The new franchise, located between Sacramento and Reno, will offer current model Yamaha motorcycles, as well as ATVs, dirt bikes, jet ski's and snowmobiles. Rental rates start at $75 per day. VIP service includes a complimentary airport shuttle.
The franchise is owned and operated by Joe Savoian. “I always wanted the ability to rent my Yamahas' in order to give the customer an opportunity to experience the motorcycle before purchasing,” Savonian said. “I am convinced that this increases my conversion sales rate. Just wait until we will offer our one, three, and five day tours on snowmobiles, ATV's, and bikes, people will just go crazy.”
“This is a major step toward our plans for growth in the day tours and off road recreation industry,” said Chris McIntyre, President of EagleRider. “Along with two other openings in Jackson, Wyo., and Great Falls, Mont., EagleRider is further positioned to develop this concept on a national level.”
EagleRider expansion of its franchise rental facilities targets global tourist destinations and currently offers adventure travel enthusiasts the opportunity to experience powersports vacations from over 35 rental facilities in the USA, Mexico, Spain and France.
For more information about the Quincy location, visit www.sierrayamaha.com
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