American bike tours and rental agency EagleRider now in India

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Oct 20, 2016, 8:57 am IST
Updated Oct 20, 2016, 8:59 am IST
The new store in Delhi will allow riders to rent Harley-Davidson, Triumph and Royal Enfield bikes.
EagleRider showroom
 EagleRider showroom

The world’s largest luxury motorcycle tour company, EagleRider was started in 1992 in the USA and since then it has spread all across the globe. They changed the concept of bike rental with their dedicated tours that also helped the customers to explore the country’s landscapes.

They offer a wide range of bikes from Harley-Davidson, Indian Motorcycles, Honda, Triumph, BMW Motorrad and Polaris Slingshot, and have membership programs too. Now, they have started their services in India.      

 

The first India store of EagleRider is now operational at New Delhi and is conveniently located near the airport which should allow domestic and international travellers to rent luxury motorcycles for self-ride or they can opt for pre-determined guided tours and tailor-made adventure holidays within India and neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar. The motorcycles in their fleet include Harley Davidson, Triumph and Royal Enfield bikes.

The tailored-made tours include a cast array of choices of luxurious hotel all over India, a fleet of iconic motorcycles, and the option of going with a region-specific tour guide. You can also opt for a chase van for comfort or a spare bike for hassle-free riding.

Along with the rental bike, the riders get a free open face DOT approved helmet to use during the trip. They can also rent safety riding gear, cameras and GPS at the store itself. In addition, saddle bags can be arranged and in case of a larger groups, a chase van to carry spares, luggage, camping gear, tech support, medical first aid can be made available. 

For a word-class motorcycle rental company to step into our shores is an indicator of steady growth of the organised motorcycle tours sector in India, as opposed to a couple of years back where such tours were concentrated in America and Europe.

Source: Bike Dekho.com





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