EagleRider Motorcycle Rental Named ‘Official Tours of the AMA'

EagleRider, a motorcycle rental and tour company, announced that it has expanded its partnership with the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) to become the "Official Tours of the AMA." AMA members can now receive a 10 percent discount on all EagleRider motorcycle rentals, as well as guided and self-drive tours.

EagleRider Motorcycle Rental has more than 100 guided and self-drive tours available all over the world. All EagleRider tours are expertly designed by motorcycle enthusiasts and include EagleRider's famous "road book" with optional pre-programmed GPS, a perfectly maintained motorcycle rental, and motorcycle-friendly hotel accommodations. EagleRider's legendary Guided Tours include a welcome and goodbye reception, a multi-lingual professional tour guide, and a support van with spare bike. Motorcycle enthusiasts who would like to view a complete list of EagleRider motorcycle tours should visit the tours section of the EagleRider website at www.eaglerider.com.

"Our strategic alliance with the American Motorcyclist Association will allow AMA members to experience the most amazing motorcycle routes in the world through an EagleRider legendary tour," said Chris McIntyre, president of EagleRider Motorcycle Rental. "We are extremely pleased with this opportunity to expand our partnership with AMA and provide their members with a 10 percent discount on guided and self-drive tours. With EagleRider's increasing number of locations worldwide, there is no limit to the adventure that all motorcycle enthusiasts can experience."

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