Orbitz Begins Booking Eaglerider Motorcycle Rentals

LOS ANGELES -- Orbitz customers can now book Harley-Davidson motorcyle rentals from EagleRider. Popular models available for rent include the Electra Glide, Road King, Heritage Softail, Dyna Wide Glide and Fat Boy.

The new partnership provides access to bikes in 24 cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Palm Springs, Fresno, Las Vegas, Chicago, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver, Knoxville, Dallas, Miami, Orlando, New Orleans, St. Louis and Washington D.C.

"With millions of Harley-Davidson enthusiasts worldwide, this is a great addition to our travel offerings," said Alan Josephs, vice president of packaging at Orbitz.

Harley-Davidson rentals on Orbitz include the rental of the motorcycle with unlimited miles, helmets for the driver and passengers, customer orientation, on-site storage for client luggage and valuables, and a route map that highlights the most scenic back roads.

"We're excited to partner with Orbitz to offer Harley-Davidson rentals to such a broad audience of travelers," said Chris McIntyre, president of EagleRider. "Not only are current Harley enthusiasts going to be thrilled at the opportunity to book their favorite bike as part of a vacation package, but travelers who have always wanted to ride a Harley are now afforded the opportunity to experience the excitement as well."

Founded in 1992, EagleRider has a rental fleet of late-model motorcycles and powersport units from such manufactures as Harley-Davidson, Polaris, Honda and BMW.

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