EagleRider, World's Largest Renter of Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, Announces New Adventure Rentals

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 29 -- EagleRider, the world's largest renter of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, now covers the waterfront, as well as off-road terrain where only eagles dare to fly.

EagleRider announced today that it has introduced its new EagleRider Adventure Rentals featuring all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), watercraft and dirt bikes. Adventure Rentals will initially be available at the following EagleRider locations: Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Denver and Orlando.

Chris McIntyre, EagleRider president, said, "Our new Adventure Rentals is a natural extension of our Harley-Davidson motorcycle rental operation. Now, our customers will be able to enjoy the excitement of off-road travel on ATVs and dirt bikes, as well as water thrills on jet skis. We intend to roll out our Adventure Rental offerings to our other locations in 2003. Our Adventure Rental vehicles are the latest and best models available."

EagleRider's Adventure Rental rates range from $99 to $130 a day, and from $525 to $735 on a weekly basis.

EagleRider, based in Los Angeles, has 26 owned and franchise operations in major cities throughout the United States, including Malaga, Spain, and Cancun, Mexico.

All of the EagleRider locations make available a full range of Harley-Davidson motorcycle models for all rider preferences, as well as a wide selection of protective riding gear and merchandise. Guided group tours also are offered by the Company.

Additional information about EagleRider and its Adventure Rental products can be obtained by calling 800-501-8687, or via the EagleRider Web site: www.eaglerider.com .

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