LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, EagleRider, the world's largest motorcycle rental and tour company, announced the upcoming launch of a new design for its mobile website.
EagleRider's website is among the most convenient and user-friendly web experiences in the travel industry for those wishing to embark on a new motorcycle adventure. Now, the Mobile website has realized those same standards. With a sleek new interface, the mobile version allows the visitors to do more than ever before with more ease than ever before.
EagleRider's Chief Technology and Product Officer Hal Oreif was available for comment on the redesign: "EagleRider has carved out the largest market share in the industry by being a service-oriented company that pays attention to every detail when it comes to satisfying the customer. Our commitment to providing the best possible experience on our website whether someone accesses it from their desktop or their mobile device is just one of the many ways we prove to our clients that no matter how big we get, we will always remain vigilant for ways to improve the world-renowned EagleRider dream experience."
Pioneering the motorcycle rental concept in 1992, EagleRider has since grown to become a motorcycle experience industry leader, fulfilling dreams of thousands of motorcyclists worldwide. EagleRider's vast network of locations allows the company to offer a variety of motorcycle travel options and a Club EagleRider membership program - the first of its kind in the motorcycle industry. With EagleRider, motorcyclists have the option to select from a fleet of Harley-Davidson®, Indian Motorcycle®, Honda® Triumph®, BMW® motorcycles and Polaris® Slingshot. EagleRider has grown from four bikes in a home garage to a global company with thousands of motorcycles for rent, hundreds of tour options (guided, self-drive or custom), motorcycle sales and servicing and exclusive apparel lines.
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