You can call it a typical Florida Winter ride. With temperatures in the 70s, somewhat clear skies, and a bit of tropical wind. That’s how over a dozen riders decided to spend Sunday, December 20th, with the EagleRider National Ride Day and open House. Groups left from two different locations and arrived at the EagleRider store in Doral for a fun gathering that included giveaways, music and amazing burgers and hot-dogs.
This event took place all over the country and gave riders the chance to experience motorcycles they always wanted to ride. Some took the opportunity and enrolled in the Club EagleRider. Those who did, and booked their bikes online got their rentals for free that day.
Mark Gregg, the general manager for EagleRider South Florida introduced his staff to the riders and surprised the crowd by announcing the range of services the company now offers, which includes maintenance of metric bikes performed by certified technicians.
Team USA2Ride joined Eric Sprague who led the group from the Fort Lauderdale location through some of Florida’s backroads, through swamp areas and farmlands. The weather was perfect and not even the strong wind gusts could spoil the ride which found its way back into Miami-Dade county through US 41 and the amazing Big Cypress Preserve, in the Everglades.
This was actually a small sample of what EagleRider is preparing for 2016. Riders can expect more rides that will carry the EagleRider signature led by experienced local bikers who not only know their way around the state but also help promote the friendship between riders of all styles and experience levels.
Stay tuned to USA2Ride and www.usa2ride.com to learn more about future rides.