Harley-Davidson Rentals. When. Where. How?

rentals1rentals2Winter is long and miserable for many of you living in very cold climates with your bike stuck in the garage. Some of you take days of vacation in popular hot spots like Hawaii, Las Vegas, Florida and Jamaica but don’t know or don’t think about planning a Harley rental in those locales.

On the newly enhanced Harley-Davidson Rentals Website keeping the ride alive is only a few mouse clicks away. The improved Harley-Davidson® Authorized Rentals booking site provides customers a streamlined web experience that makes escaping on a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle easier than you think. The website helps you find an Authorized Rentals dealer, get a price quote and book a reservation.

“Any time of the year, renting a bike is a great way to discover new roads in a faraway destination or your own backyard. It’s also a perfect opportunity to take an extended test ride on a model you’ve never ridden before, not to mention we are the only place customers can rent a new Project RUSHMORE touring model” says Angela Thundercloud, Harley-Davidson® Authorized Rentals Manager.

With more than 350 locations and the largest fleet of Harley-Davidson® motorcycles, including many popular warm-weather destinations around the world, Harley-Davidson® Authorized Rentals is the world’s largest provider of motorcycle rentals. In 2012, Harley-Davidson® Authorized Rentals provided more than 80,000 riding experiences over the course of more than 220,000 days and more than 50 million miles traveled.

Harley-Davidson® Authorized Rentals dealers offer a variety of new Harley-Davidson® motorcycles to those that are over 21 years old and have a valid motorcycle endorsement. Every Harley-Davidson® Authorized Rental includes a Harley-Davidson® loaner helmet and rain gear, short-term luggage storage, and 24-hour roadside assistance. Online reservations at any participating dealer can be made 24 hours a day at Harley-Davidson Rentals..

4 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Rentals. When. Where. How?”

  1. 1 Tobby Jan 23rd, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    Could never figure out why I can rent a $30,000 automobile for $50 a day, but a Harley is $100-$150 a day.

  2. 2 nicker Jan 23rd, 2014 at 9:54 pm

    Because any idiot can crash a Harley.
    It takes a real talent to crash a Dodge Neon.


  3. 3 Woody Jan 25th, 2014 at 11:02 am

    Economy of scale? You just aren’t going to keep a fleet of bikes rented out the way you can with tens of thousands of cars, so the only way renting a few bikes out is worth the hassle is to price it accordingly. Plus as mentioned, I doubt many rental cars (by percentage) get put on their sides compared to rental bikes. Even though the person has to pay for damage (and sometimes loss of use) it still means needing more bike than you could ever rent, just to have enough running to fulfill reservations of others. It’s a hard market to make real money at.

  4. 4 B.K. Jan 27th, 2014 at 9:31 pm

    I have used “Harley Rentals” on two occasions, my most current one was last week at Harley Davidson of Scottsdale AZ. both experiences were great, I got a current model year of bike & in the model I wanted. Renting a bike when out of town is a choice as compared to renting a car which is usually a necessity. Pricey…yes… memories & enjoyment from renting a bike… Irreplaceable !!! We all place value on different things but I feel the money I spent on bike rentals was more than worth it.

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