LOS ANGELES, Nov. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EagleRider, the world's leading motorcycle lifestyle and experience company, is pleased to offer their extensive motorcycle parts and accessories inventory on the Amazon Marketplace. After being motorcycle industry experts for 20 years, EagleRider recently moved into offering their customers retail parts, accessories, and motorcycle gear with the launch of their in-store product line and online store in June of this year.
EagleRider's parts and accessories retail rates are some of the most competitive in the industry offering over 300,000 products with some as low as 80% below MSRP. Now, with the recent placement on Amazon, EagleRider will give a larger customer base the opportunity to find and take advantage of these great offers.
"Most online shoppers already have an Amazon account so we wanted to make things even more seamless for our customers by listing our inventory on there." Said Ryan Oreif, EagleRider's Director of Product. "Giving EagleRider's parts and accessories division greater exposure is definitely an added bonus." Added Mr. Oreif.
EagleRider began offering parts and accessories customer experience convenience, making their EagleRider destination a one stop shop. As the demand continues to grow EagleRider has placed the product listings on Amazon to make it even easier for their online shoppers.
Pioneering the motorcycle rental concept in 1992, EagleRider is now a full service motorcycle experience company offering Harley-Davidson®, Honda®, BMW®, Indian® rentals, one way rentals, and guided and self-drive tours. With over 100 locations, EagleRider is the world's largest motorcycle travel company also offering service, parts and accessories, and motorcycle sales including an array of features for individuals and dealers looking to buy and/or sell their bikes. For more information, please visit www.EagleRider.com for EagleRider rentals and tours, www.UsedMotorcycles.net for EagleRider sales, and Store.EagleRider.com for parts and accessories. Like us on Facebook and Twitter.