In March Powersports Business reported on EagleRider announcing plans to launch its peer-to-peer powersports sharing platform. Since the announcement EagleShare has reportedly received hundreds of uploads from motorcycle and powersports owners, rental companies and dealers, and is set to make all vehicles available now on its official site.
“What sets EagleShare apart from other sharing platforms is that we offer our owners and customers the benefit of working with a company that brings almost 30 years of motorcycle and powersports rental and tour expertise to the table,” said Karsten Summers, CEO of EagleRider Holdings, in the announcement. “Our websites welcome millions of visitors each year that are looking for fun and unique rental experiences; giving private and commercial hosts that list their vehicle on EagleShare instant access to the largest motorcycle and powersports rental customer base in the world.”
According to the announcement, private and commercial hosts that list vehicles on EagleShare are protected by the platform’s insurance, which includes up to $1,000,000 in third party liability, and up to $25,000 for damage while their vehicle is on rent through EagleShare. Potential renters are screened for a valid motorcycle endorsement, as well as several other factors. Vehicle owners may approve or deny any request.
Meanwhile, EagleShare rental customers can browse the site and make reservations knowing that all hosts and vehicles have also undergone a comprehensive screening and review process to ensure they can expect the same level of quality and service they have enjoyed with EagleRider Holdings’ other rental entities over the years.