EagleRider Opens Two Rental Outlets in New York

EagleRider, the world's largest motorcycle rental and tour company, will open two new EagleRider motorcycle rental outlets in Queens Village and Howard Beach, New York in March 2010.

"Everybody wants to go see New York," said David Goff, marketing manager of EagleRider. "From famous monuments like the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building to tourist hot spots like Rockefeller Center and Staten Island, New York City offers endless possibilities for great motorcycle riding. The best way to experience all the city has to offer is with EagleRider." Located just minutes outside of downtown Manhattan and only a few short miles away from JFK International Airport, both EagleRider New York locations will open their doors to New York residents and tourists just in time for the spring riding season.

Like all EagleRider locations, New York Queens and Howard Beach will provide the option of one-way motorcycle rentals, motorcycle tours, free customer pick-up and drop-off, and riding apparel and accessories. Motorcycle enthusiasts can choose to rent from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, and Suzuki Motorcycle or Can-Am Spyder.

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