Motorcycle travel certainly is no exception, said Chris McIntyre, president of EagleRider, a global motorcycle rental company that also rents ATVs and personal watercraft. In fact, the demand has been so high that the company recently approved the opening of its largest franchise facility, a 22,000-square-foot Harley-Davidson motorcycle and adventure tourism "super center" with travel consulting services expressly for motorcycle travelers.
"We are at the point where EagleRider is much more than just a motorcycle rental company," McIntyre said. "Every day, our central reservations department
receives hundreds of requests from adventure travelers from around the world demanding that EagleRider provide them a full-service motorcycle dream vacation."
Along with motorcycle rentals and accessories, visitors to the new super center can get help arranging their hotel accommodations, complimentary airport limousine service, assistance with booking tickets to area attractions or sporting events, maps and an entire planned itinerary highlighting scenic routes.
Although the super center is located in Denver, tours are not limited to Colorado or even surrounding states. The company offers one-way rentals between its 35 worldwide rental facilities and plans to open 115 new franchise locations in the next three years.
To learn more about motorcycle travel and EagleRider's new super center, log on to www.ea glerider.com.