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EagleRider Orlando is the gateway to Florida, welcoming motorcycle riders to one of the world's top tourist destinations. With Harley-Davidson, BMW, Triumph, Indian and Honda motorcycles, EagleRider Orlando has a motorcycle for every rider looking to explore the modern marvels of Florida. Riding apparel, accessories, parts and protective gear are also available in addition to motorcycle service. While you’re here, tour our motorcycle sales superstore and purchase the motorcycle of your dreams. EagleRider Orlando is your one stop motorcycle destination.
Motorcycle training courses are offered onsite at EagleRider Orlando by Orange Osceola Safety Institute for locals and travelers from all over the world. Our experienced staff can assist you planning every step of your dream ride, whether it's mapping out the perfect route or sizing a new helmet.
EagleRider Orlando also carries the major touring motorcycles like Indian Chief Vintage, Indian Chieftain, Electra Glide, Street Glide, Road King, Fat Boy, and Heritage Softail, which makes us the perfect choice for Harley Rentals and Indian Motorcycle Rentals.
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I picked up the rental bike in Orlando after flying in from the UK. Mindy dealt with me personally and within an hour I was on the road. My ride was a 2013 Road Glide Ultra, with 7 708 miles on the clock. Clean, shiny and looking like a brand new one. I’d rented a 96 Cu in Dyna previously but was very impressed by comparison with the Road Glide. Given the licence plate ended KC
I named her Kacey.
By the time I got to Portland Maine my bike was due it’s 10 000 mile service. A quick call to Mindy confirmed it was not going to be easy given my schedule, the mileage and how busy workshops were in the New England area. Eventually, after some slight of hand, Mindy got me booked in at Adirondack Harley in Broadalbin New York. A big thanks to James and Charles at Adirondack, who juggled things round to get me in and out once Mindy had told them what my plans were.
Onwards to Chicago.
I traced route 66 as faithfully as I could all the way from Chicago to Los Angeles, (or Santa Monica to be precise). I crossed the central Plain, the Mojave, the San Bernardino range and finally got to the Pacific coast.
Dropping down into San Diego, I prepared for the return journey to Florida.
Again crossing the Sonoran desert, I saw the Mexican Border at El Paso, was propositioned by a young lady of dubious employment status, and almost drowned in the most severe downpour I have ever witnessed.
On returning to Orlando the 15 000 mile service was now due. In a couple of hours I was back on the road on the same immaculate machine I had rented 28 days earlier.
This trip which I undertook on my own had been 40 years a dream. Ever since I saw the Easy Rider movie as a kid. I would like to thank Eagle Rider at Orlando for helping to make the dream a reality.
So in summary, I dipped my toe in the Atlantic at Daytona Beach, and the Pacific at Santa Monica. In between, I explored New England, The lower of the Great Lakes, the central Plain, the vast emptiness of Texas, the mount
1150 Jetport Drive
Orlando, Florida 32809
Sunday to Saturday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Direction from Orlando International Airport(MCO):Take the North Exit Road from Orlando International Airport to SR 528 West (Bee Line/Beach Line Expressway - Toll Road), take SR 528 (Bee Line/Beach Line Expressway - Toll Road) west to Exit 8. Keep left when exiting ramp to stop light. Take a left at the stop light and an immediate right onto Jetport Drive. EagleRider is .5 miles down on the left.
Estimated taxi fare from Orlando International Airport (MCO) is $20-$30