EagleRider rentals open in Puerto Rico

Bike rental company targets tourists in the Caribbean

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Aug. 26, 2008
The world’s largest motorcycle rental company has opened its first location in Puerto Rico.

EagleRider, which entered the motorcycle rental business in 1992, opened its newest location in San Juan, Puerto Rico, just three miles from the Luis Munoz Marin International Airport.

Tourists visiting the island territory can explore Puerto Rico’s landmarks and scenery riding on a selection from EagleRider of San Juan’s fleet of scooters and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

“Now everyone can enjoy our beautiful island.” says Rhamses Carazo, owner of EagleRider’s San Juan location. “Traveling on a motorcycle is the perfect way to experience everything Puerto Rico has to offer. And U.S. citizens can leave their passports at home when they visit Puerto Rico.”

The San Juan location is the first of several EagleRider franchises planned for the Caribbean islands. Based in Los Angeles, Calif., EagleRider already has rental facilities in the U.S., the U.K., Austria, Australia, Spain, France, Ireland Mexico, Costa Rica and New Zealand.