Motorcycles combine the coolness of James Dean, the stylishness of leather clothing, and the convenience of jumping every gorge in the neighborhood. Experience all aspects of two-wheeled entertainment with today's Groupon: for $67, you get a one-day Harley-Davidson motorcycle rental from Doc’s Harley-Davidson in Kirkwood (up to a $135 value). Riders must be 21 years old, and a motorcycle-license endorsement and minimum $2,000 refundable security deposit with $25-per-day damage waiver are required. Supplemental coverage is available for an additional fee.
Open since 1955, Doc’s Harley-Davidson keeps hog habitués cruising with an assortment of street bikes available for sale or rental. After putting down a $2,000 refundable credit-card authorization, road kings, queens, and senior-class presidents have their pick of the shop’s selection of 2011 and other recent-model motorcycles. Though model selection is subject to availability, renters generally have their choice of 13 different motorcycles—including Touring bikes such as the Ultra Classic Electra Glide, Softails such as the Fat Boy or Heritage Softail Classic, and Dyna models such as the Wide Glide or Fat Bob—before taking to the road for a full day of unlimited mileage, open-air driving freedom, and admiring whistles from cartoon wolves.
Each rental package also includes a helmet that meets Department of Transportation specifications, a rainsuit, motorcycle locks, and a security system. Secure luggage storage is available on-site at the dealership, and 24-hour emergency roadside assistance ensures choppers won’t be bogged down by a flat tire or lack of turn-signal fluid. Consult the rental FAQ for more information.
Doc’s Harley-Davidson works to keep owners and aspiring riders outfitted with knowledge, maintenance, and necessary equipment, earning Dealernews's 2007 Grand Prize for “best practices in retailing” and community involvement. Amid 28,000 square feet of parts, accessories, and service space, owner Patty Bush and her staff of motorcycle specialists consistently update the shop with innovations and promotions while maintaining a commitment to quality that began with Patty’s father, Doc, in 1955. In addition to equipping riders with new and preowned Harley-Davidson motorcycles and gear, the staff educates newcomers with a blend of classroom instruction and real-road experience that instills confidence when handling tricky turns or encountering speed-limit signs that involve fractions.
930 S Kirkwood Rd.
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122