“We rent dreams.” That’s the claim at Eaglerider, a motorcycle rental and tour company based out of Los Angeles, California. With guided, self-guided and adventure tours available, all a baby boomer motorcyclist has to do is pick a destination and show up.
The guided tour selections cover the United States plus New Zealand and Australia. Tours include accommodations, breakfasts, dinners, guide, luggage hauling, motorcycle and insurance. Doesn’t this 10-day guided tour of New Zealand, Best of the South, look like a unique way to experience the South Island?
Do-it-yourself types choose from a varied menu of locations. All trips include hotel, motorcycle and guidebooks. I think the New England itinerary would make a great trip for viewing fall colors. Not a Harley rider? The self-guided tours also offer the choice of a convertible. Ahem, that would be me.
And, for the more adventurous baby boomer, the guided ATV tour at Eaglerider Ranch near Fort Benton, Montana leads riders through the Coolies while introducing them to the nature and wildlife populating the Missouri River Breaks area. Take your pick of half-day and day-long rides.
Fly to your destination, get on your Harley (BMW and Honda also available) and ride. That’s the beauty of Eaglerider.
Do you ride motorcycles? Have you taken a tour? Post a comment. I might not be going on one but you never know about Alan.
A boomer travel and lifestyle authority who is exploring the world one activity at a time. Besides writing and publishing My Itchy Travel Feet, she also writes about boomer travel for My Well-Being Powered by Humana, Make It Missoula and is the author of New Mexico Backroads Weekend Adventure.