The Grad Pass: For you, new riders!Posted On: Nov 1, 2019
You’ve earned your diploma, now get on the road and use it!
What’s the Grad Pass?
Have you graduated from H-D™ Riding Academy New Rider Course or other approved accredited course? Then grab your graduation gift! While many new rider graduates are excited and ready to hit the road, you may be feeling accomplished but not quite confident enough to ride off on your own motorcycle.
Continue to build confidence and get ready to hit the open road by taking advantage of the Grad Pass – offering reduced rates on select Street, Sportster, and Softail motorcycles.
Pick Your Rides at 50% off
With this program, you can choose reduced rental rates on different rental motorcycles. Please select the deal that features the bike you want to ride next. On the deal page you will find more details about rental locations and can book your rental in just a few minutes.
Terms and Conditions:
Must be at least 21 years old. 18-21-year-old riders are allowed if, and only if, they have a Motorcycle license or endorsement and have completed Riding Academy (Harley-Davidson Authorized Training Program only). Offer only available to residents of the USA. Must have valid driver’s license. Must have valid motorcycle class driver’s license to rent. Must have a valid major credit card. Offer may not be assigned, resold, or transferred to any other person or entity. This offer provides percentage off of select H-D™ Street, Sportster® and Softail® EagleRider Harley-Davidson rentals for dealers that have rental motorcycles. EagleRider may, at its option, terminate this offer at any time for any reason not prohibited by law. Upon such termination, you will not be entitled to any refund for unused rentals. EagleRider is not required to disclose and may be prohibited by law from disclosing the reason for the termination.
Need ideas for rides?
As you continue your riding journey, here are some suggestions for the weekend motorcycle ride ideas you can do. The video above is a recap of our 4-day trip in Utah. You can start with 100-mile day rides and gradually move on to 150-200 mile days. If you need any help choosing bike models or routes, please contact our team to help.
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