New Denver EagleRider Motorcycle Rental Location Marks Grand Opening On Saturday, May 18DENVER--May 14, 2002--EagleRider, the nation's leading Harley-Davidson motorcycle rental company, will introduce its new location in Denver when it celebrates its grand opening on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Owned and operated by brothers Robert and David McNeil, the new rental location will be open seven days a week and will make available a full spectrum of the popular Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The address of the EagleRider location is 2555 S. Santa Fe, Denver.
The new Denver store is the 26th site for EagleRider. The company has locations in most major U.S. cities and in several international locations.
Robert McNeil said, "Denver is a prime location for motorcycle rentals. Our city is close to so many scenic attractions, and there is no better way to experience Colorado than on a Harley-Davidson bike. We will provide a full line of models along with accessories such as helmets and wearing apparel. We look forward to providing the HOG experience for locals as well as visitors to our area, and we welcome area residents to join us on May 18 for the grand opening."
McNeil added that his new EagleRider location in the future also will provide all terrain vehicle (ATV) and seasonal snowmobile rentals. Dirt bikes also will be available for rent.
The May 18 Grand Opening will feature a pig roast, photo opportunities with representatives (female) from the local Hooters restaurant, food and drink and an opportunity to view all of the brand new Harley-Davidson bikes.
Rentals at EagleRider Denver will range from $75-$125 per day. The store will stock a full range of Harley-Davidson merchandise for the aficionados of the brand.
EagleRider, with headquarters in Los Angeles, is the world's largest purchaser and renter of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. During its nearly 10 years of operations, the company has become well-known for its rentals and guided motorcycle tours.