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EagleRider is proud to announce the grand opening of our latest location in Fort Myers, on the Southwest coast of Florida. Available motorcycles available include Harley-Davidson Electra Glide, Street Glide, Fat Boy, Heritage Softail, Dyna Low Rider, Road King, Sportster 1200 and 883, Road Glide and Freewheeler Trike. Riding to Daytona Bike Week and Biketoberfest has never been easier or more fun.
No need to wait for those great events. EagleRider Fort Myers is located near some of Florida’s best beaches, fishing, shopping, dining, the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford winter estate museums, nearby Sanibel Island, and other attractions on the Gulf Coast. For off-the-saddle fun, try kayaking off the blue coastal waters, take a boat excursion down the Caloosahatchee River, visit the Imaginarium Science Center, Southwest Florida Museum of History or get your riding legs in shape with a vigorous hike at John Yarbrough Linear Park Trail, a six-mile paved path popular for walking, hiking, jogging, rollerblading, bicycling, on-leash dog walking, fishing, birding, wildlife viewing and picnicking, as well as a variety of attractions and activities in the city’s popular River District.
There are many great destinations within a day’s ride of Fort Myers, including cool and swanky South Beach (160 miles); Disney World (140 miles); Daytona Beach (211 miles); Lake Okeechobee (90 miles); Tampa Bay (127 miles), and the Everglades (133 miles), among others.
EagleRider Fort Myers is located at Six Bends Harley-Davidson, 9501 Thunder Road, Fort Meyers, FL 33913.
I rented an Iron 883 for my brother-in-law during his Christmas visit from Ohio. On the website, it gives you the option to rent a helmet, and gives you the option of different styles of helmets. I chose full-face, knowing that the Iron doesn't have a windshield, and we'd be riding all day. When we got there, all they had were half-helmets. No full-face, no 3/4, just half-helmets. He doesn't ride much, and the wind beat him up pretty good that day.
If you don't have full-face helmets, that's fine. But the option shouldn't be available on your website. If I'd known that full-face helmets weren't available, we would have borrowed a full-face from someone instead of paying to rent a helmet that wasn't what we needed.