The world is moving towards everything experiential. Any experience you think of is curated keeping in mind a customer, and with more and more people willing to pay a fee for customised experiences, it seems the right time for EagleRider Inc., to enter India.
EagleRider, the motorcycle experience company has opened its first hub in New Delhi. The company will let a new gen of Indians and tourists to explore India through travel experiences offered by the company.
EagleRider India offers differentiated motorcycling experiences and luxury rental for Indian enthusiasts. Samar JS Sodhi, Founder Big Motorcycle Company, Franchise Owner EagleRider India says after opening in 1992 in USA, the company has branched globally.
India is a growing market for high-end bike owners and with it the need for luxury bike tours has grown. Spending Rs 5 lakh to buy a bike today is just a starting step. The country offers picturesque motorable roads and is popular among tourists too. The need for luxury motorcycle tours and experiences will now be met.
EagleRider New Delhi is operational near the airport. Customers can hire luxury motorcycles for self-drive along pre-determined guided tours, or curated adventure trips in India, and neighbouring countries like Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar.
Bike rentals are available for a day, and longer periods. Bike maintenance isn’t something renters need to worry about. The fleet on offer includes Harley’s, Triumph and Royal Enfield’s for a range of desired trips with stopovers at various luxury hotels across the country.
Chris McIntyre, Founder and CEO EagleRider says the company is proud to make its experiences available here. There’s the option of a region-specific tour guide and chase van for comfort, and a spare bike.
Riders get an open face DOT approved helmet. Customers can rent safety riding gear, cameras and GPS. EagleRider India staff will attach saddle bags for longer trips. Larger groups can choose a chase van to carry spares, luggage, camping gear, tech support, medical first aid, and all else.