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 to Eagle Rider. Choose between the following options:
For $85, you get a one-day Harley Davidson rental (up to a $180.84 value).
For $45, you get a one-day Vespa rental (up to a $111.85 value).
Harley Davidson renters must have a valid motorcycle driver's license. Both Harley and Vespa rentals require a refundable security deposit; renters must be 21 years or older. Blackout dates apply August 1–31.
Eagle Rider rigs up rugged sightseers with late-model Harley Davidson hogs and Vespa scooters, before sending them out to tour the Big Easy in cool, carefree style. With 24-hour rental, bikers can roam freely throughout the city observing its many highlights such as historic cemeteries, the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, and statues built entirely out of day-old beignets. The Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic transports riders back to 1949, with its old-fashioned, studded-leather saddlebags, chrome-studded seat, and fishtail mufflers (a $171.34 value), and the Sportster 883 exudes sleek style with low-rise handlebars, a sport seat, and front and rear sport Elite tires (a $116.14 value). Those looking to unleash their inner Knievel can also opt to slide into the saddle of the Fat Boy, a 694-pound hulk with solid disc wheels, wide FLH-style handlebars, and a fuel system that runs entirely on bacon and peanut-butter sandwiches (a $171.34 value).
For not-so-rough riders looking for a lighter, zippier excursion, the Vespa LX 150 and LX 250 (a $111.85 value) or LX 50 (a $90.85 value) offer easy-to-maneuver options for cruising about town and making death-defying leaps over pot holes. Both Vespa and Harley Davidson one-day rentals include DOT-certified helmets for rider and passenger, as well as unlimited miles, and hours of perfectly wind-blown hair.
The keys to the open road reside within EagleRider, where a lineup of rentable Harley Davidson motorcycles wait to tear across asphalt on guided or self-piloted trips. These late-model hogs join Vespa scooters as a means for drivers to visit local haunts and terrify local cats on short trips or cover vast swathes of terrain on regional tours that can last up to two weeks and span more than 1,000 miles.