People who don’t have their own motorcycles often try to make one by sawing their car in half or affixing an extra wheel to their unicycle. Borrow a traditionally made ride with today’s Groupon for rentals from EagleRider of Dallas. Choose from the following options:
- For $75, you get a 24-hour ATV rental (a $154.71 value).
- For $89, you get a 24-hour Harley-Davidson motorcycle rental (a $188.45 value).
- For $89, you get a 24-hour BMW GS bike rental (a $189 value).
- For $99, you get a 24-hour BMW RT bike rental (a $206 value).
- For $125, you get a 24-hour Polaris Ranger side-by-side rental (a $260 value).<p>
The rental includes: * 24-hour vehicle rental * 300 miles of riding (an additional $0.25/mile thereafter) * DOT–approved helmet for driver and passenger * Saddlebags * All necessary locks<p>
Motorists conquer open highways and rough off-road terrain with EagleRider’s well-maintained fleet of motorcycles, ATVs, and side-by-sides. In the showroom, experienced road warriors match riders with one of eight Harley-Davidson bikes, such as the Electra Glide Classic, which lays down a soundtrack to scenic drives with a four-speaker stereo sound system. On an ATV 4x4, curbs and ditches become tentative suggestions, as riders steer up hills, trundle over off-road trails, and roll through patches of mud on four thick, sturdy tires. The BMW RT’s ergonomic design cradles riders as they roam, and the adventurous can race the BMW GS over highways before veering onto rockier terrain to recreate scenes from Mad Max or completely rewrite scenes from My Dinner with Andre. The Polaris Ranger side-by-side keeps riders comfortable and safe by maintaining a low center of gravity while roaring across rough terrain.
After picking up a vehicle, riders can day-trip to picturesque attractions in Llano, a 200-mile drive from the EagleRider showroom, or spend an afternoon driving in circles around envious spinning studios. Rentals include helmets for two to share a trip with a trusted navigator and saddlebags to store snacks or supplies to set up camp after motoring into areas no car could reach.
2700 W Irving Blvd.
Irving, Texas 75061