Like bed bugs, feral cats, and bill collectors, motorcycles are intimidating on their own, and downright terrifying in packs. Find your wild bunch with today's Groupon to Iron Steed Harley-Davidson in Vacaville. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a one-day Harley-Davidson Dyna rental (a $70 value).
- For $60, you get a one-day Harley-Davidson Cruiser rental (a $120 value).
- For $70, you get a one-day Harley-Davidson Touring rental (a $140 value).
- For $195, you get a 25-hour Rider's Edge motorcycle course for beginners (a $395 value). The dealer provides a motorcycle, but riders must bring their own long-sleeve shirt or jacket; jeans; chaps or leather pants; over-the-ankle sturdy footwear; full-finger gloves; eyewear; and helmet that meets DOT requirements.
Iron Steed Harley-Davidson's 30,000-square-foot dealership aims to assist motorcycle riders of all skill levels realize their dreams of soaring on two wheels. Steel-horse enthusiasts who possess the know-how but not the bike can spend the day prowling roads like a bike-mounted wildcat with one of Iron Steed's Harley-Davidson authorized rentals. A Harley Dyna awaits a partner in crime for 24 hours of mayhem, and a Cruiser rental pairs riders with a Fat Boy, Heritage, or Road King bike. The Touring package summons an Electric Glide Classic, Road Glide Custom, or Street Glide bike from the stables.
Instructors certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation steer Rider's Edge students through 25 hours of motorcycle fundamentals such as breaking, turning, and developing a tough exterior to disguise a surprisingly gentle core. Soon-to-be-leather-clad students familiarize themselves with the inner workings of the bike, practicing controls and basic instructions before hopping on a dealer-provided Buell Blast bike at the dealership's practice range to execute maneuvering techniques, including controlling skids and maneuvering obstacles. Course graduates receive a MSF Basic Rider Course Completion Card, which exempts them from the riding portion of the California motorcycle-license class and may reduce insurance rates.
Iron Steed Harley-Davidson
The two-wheeler experts of Iron Steed Harley-Davidson teamed up with the venerated manufacturer in 1976, and now house new and preowned hogs in a 30,000-square-foot facility with easy access to the Pacific coast, Napa Valley, and the Sierras. Riders aged 21 or older secure luggage and teddy-bear compadres in onsite storage, before setting out atop late-model rental steeds such as Heritage, Road King cruisers, Road Glide Custom, or Street Glide touring bikes.An onsite service center restores wounded rides with factory-authorized repairs and one-day routine maintenance. Parts and clothing departments allow Harley enthusiasts to customize bikes without having to lick them.