SOURCE: EagleRider

August 05, 2005 20:19 ET

Harley-Davidson Rentals and Tours Available in Sequoia National Park and Death Valley

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 5, 2005 -- EagleRider, the world's largest renter of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, announced today that they will be paving new roads in the booming adventure travel industry by adding Harley-Davidson motorcycle tours and ATV adventure vacations that include stops in the Sequoia National Park and Death Valley National Parks. These rugged new EagleRider adventure vacations will be pioneered by its Bakersfield, California franchise rental facility, owned and operated by Curtis Mundy.

Now adventure motorcycle enthusiasts can choose from a brand new Harley-Davidson motorcycle, on-road/off-road dual sport motorcycle, or an ATV. Services include complimentary airport shuttle and professionally designed Harley & Hotel self-drive tours. Daily rental rates start at $75 per day and the 8 day/ 7 night, Kings Canyon Motorcycle Tour starts at $1399.

Whether adventure travelers want to spend the day riding an ATV in California's famous sand dunes or enjoy a professionally designed Harley & Hotel self-drive tour on the exhilarating back roads of the Sierra Nevada, EagleRider has an option to suit you.

About EagleRider:

Founded in 1992, EagleRider is the world's largest motorcycle rental and touring company. All locations rent the complete Harley-Davidson motorcycle line, as well as Adventure Rentals featuring all-terrain vehicles (ATV), personal watercraft and dirt bikes. EagleRider has over 35 locations in major U.S. cities, as well as rental locations in Mexico, Spain, and France.

About EagleRider Bakersfield:

EagleRider's Bakersfield location is perfectly situated as the gateway to the Sequoia National Park and is only a short distance from the awe-inspiring forest, which is often referred to as "California's Best Kept Secret." Beginning in Bakersfield, the Kings Canyon motorcycle tour takes riders through the giant trees of the Sequoia National Park, with stops in Yosemite Village, and through Death Valley, which is filled with breath taking sand dunes at Stovepipe Wells, and incredible views of light cascading across the eroded badlands.

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