EagleRider, the world's largest renter of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, announced today that its newest location is now open in Fresno, CA. Headed by Fresno resident, Darrin Kinney, the new store will feature a wide model range of 2003 Harley-Davidson models, along with a fleet of All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and dirt bikes.
The latest EagleRider location now is renting dirt bikes and ATVs and will soon offer Harley-Davidson motorcycles for rent.
Located at 2826 N. Clovis Ave., Ste. 104, the new EagleRider location will appeal to adventure seekers who appreciate the great outdoor experience that the County of Fresno and its environs offer. With a population now approaching 800,000, Fresno County is located in the central San Joaquin Valley of California. It is the only county in the United States that can claim three national parks in its backyard: Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon.
Kinney, said, "The Fresno area is a rider's dream; you can ride through the Sierra Nevada Mountains, or travel over miles of roads that are predominantly flat. The geography is a natural high for motorcycle riders, as well as those who prefer the action on an ATV or dirt bike. And to experience our local national parks on a motorcycle cannot be described in words. Yosemite is close by."
Chris McIntyre, EagleRider president, said, "We are delighted to introduce the EagleRider name to Fresno, our 30th location. Both California residents and those who travel to the area via the modern Fresno Airport will find it convenient to rent a vehicle of their choosing at EagleRider."
Daily rental rates range from $75 - $210 per day, with reduced rates for longer term rentals.
EagleRider, founded in 1992, has defined a unique niche in marketing the Adventure Dream to domestic and international destination minded vacationers, business people and families. The Company's rental locations are located in key cities in the United States and in France, Spain and Mexico.