February 27, 2018
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Las Vegas Harley-Davidson and EagleRider Team Up for Rides In and Out of Sin City

Sin City ain’t all gambling and strip clubs. Starting March 1st, Las Vegas visitors can rent a brand new Harley-Davidson from EagleRider and ride it right onto the strip and off into the sunset. From national parks and monuments to some of the Southwest’s most beautiful scenery, there’s a ton of great riding and epic sights to be seen in and around the Vegas area. Whether starting from or ending in, Las Vegas will serve as EagleRider’s newest hub for riders looking to tour the U.S. aboard a Harley-Davidson.

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. (February 26th, 2018) – EagleRider, the world’s largest motorcycle rental and travel company, will be offering its services at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson starting March 1st, 2018.  Located on the famed Las Vegas Strip, EagleRider’s new location will give even more Sin City visitors the opportunity to experience this one-of-a-kind destination and to access the entire desert southwest on two wheels.

The addition of the Vegas dealership is an outgrowth of the alliance between Harley-Davidson Motor Company and EagleRider to expand the availability of premium motorcycle rental experiences to riders across the United States. The alliance with EagleRider supports Harley-Davidson’s strategy to grow ridership by making it easier for more riders to experience the thrill of riding the latest Harley-Davidson Touring and Cruiser motorcycles.

Beginning March 1st,  2018, EagleRider and Las Vegas Harley-Davidson will offer motorcycle rentals, tours, and membership experiences to the residents and visitors to Sin City and surrounding areas.

“We are pleased to welcome EagleRider to our one-of-a-kind Las Vegas Harley experience. We are confident that their significant tour and travel expertise will be an outstanding addition to our customer experience,” said Don Andress, Co-Owner of Las Vegas Harley-Davidson.

Whether enthusiasts are renting for a day, a week, or taking a cross-country riding adventure, they can now choose from more EagleRider locations to begin – or end – their two-wheeled experience.  With its significant footprint in Vegas , EagleRider will now offer easier access and better options to experience motorcycling.

“We love doing business in Vegas and have operated there for many years already,” said Chris McIntyre CEO and co-founder of EagleRider. “It’s an incredible place that attracts the coolest motorcycle riders from all over the world. With our new location in Harley-Davidson, we’ll be able to service even more riders from around the world.”