Thursday, October 8, 2009
Four Wheels Move The Body, Two Move The Soul
Los Angeles, California — Hollywood has a long history of romanticizing the motorcycle, be it a character unto itself on the heroic journey Billy and Wyatt took in Easy Rider or Zed’s infamous chopper in Pulp Fiction. And there’s no better place to kick off a cross-America adventure than by exploring LA on two wheels, which is now easier than ever thanks to EagleRider.
The world’s largest motorcycle rental and tour company, LA-based EagleRider offers enthusiasts the ultimate American motorcycle vacation, with self-drive and guided motorcycle tours throughout Southern California.
EagleRider’s legendary tours include self-guided tour packages with hotel accommodations, restaurant suggestions, and a day-by-day itinerary route map. Professionally guided tours include a support van for luggage (and a spare bike), hotel accommodations, and welcome and goodbye receptions. All tours include the famous EagleRider “road book,” an optional pre-programmed GPS, a perfectly maintained motorcycle rental and motorcycle-friendly hotel accommodations.
Riders can choose from Harley-Davidson, Honda, BMW and Viceroy motorcycles.
Feel like going it alone? Rent a bike and hit Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Hollywood one day. Take another to explore Downtown LA. Wrap up your visit in the Beach Cities—Manhattan, Venice, Santa Monica, and up the coast of Malibu. From there, the sky is the limit. After all, only a biker knows why a dog sticks its head out a car window.
For more information about EagleRider visit www.eaglerider.com.
For more information about visiting LA go to www.DiscoverLosAngeles.com for more details.
About LA INC.--LA INC. The Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau is a private, nonprofit business association whose primary mission is to market and promote Los Angeles as the premier site for meetings, conventions and leisure travel. Though not part of city government, LA INC. is recognized as the city's official tourism marketing organization. For more information, visit the official visitor information website of Los Angeles at www.discoverLosAngeles.com.