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US-based motorcycling experience provider EagleRider Inc today announced opening of its first franchise outlet in India here at the Capital.
The company said domestic and international travellers will now be able to hire luxury motorcycles on self-drive and pre-determined guided tours or tailor-made adventure holidays within India and neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar.
"We all know that riding motorcycles is fun. But riding a motorcycle as you explore a legendary country like India with so much history in every mile and so many interesting things to see and do is an entirely unique and unforgettable experience," EagleRider Founder and CEO Chris McIntyre said in a company statement.
"EagleRider is immensely proud to finally be able to make that experience a possibility for fellow riders across the World," he added.
The store offers motorcycles, which includes a fleet of Harley Davidson, Triumph and Royal Enfield. The premium motorcycles can be rented on daily or longer durations.
Depending on the model and type, the rentals for the motorcycle can range from Rs 2,900 a day for Royal Enfield Himalayan, Rs 5,500 per day for a Harley-Davidson Iron883 or Triumph Bonneville to Rs 12,500 a day Harley-Davidson RoadKing, excluding petrol expenses.
Apart from tours, guided or for self-drive, EagleRider India also provides a host of services like shuttle services, guides and hotel stays, as part of the packages, the company said.
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