EagleRider will sell pre-owned motorcycles on its website

Publish Date: 
Jul 20, 2012

HAWTHORNE, Calif.- EagleRider officially launched its newest business venture – Eusedmotorcycles.com – to sell certified, pre-owned motorcycles to consumers and dealers.

The new site will let customers view hundreds of motorcycles online, and either purchase directly and have the bike shipped, or visit EagleRider motorcycle sales locations in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif., and Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to inspect and test drive the bike before buying it. The site also features an online credit application.

"We've translated our 20-plus years of experience in the motorcycle industry to create a customer-friendly, online shopping experience that showcases our wide selection of late-model motorcycles," said Chris McIntyre, president and founder of EagleRider.  "We're confident that we can deliver the best prices on certified bikes to ensure our customers are completely satisfied.  Our goal is to respond to any customer during our business hours within 10-15 minutes of an online request."

Eusedmotorcycles.com will showcase several key features to prospective buyers.

  • They can filter hundreds of bikes by make, model, location, price, mileage and type.
  • They can compare bikes side by side on one screen and save any bikes in a personalized area after they have logged in.
  • Each bike will feature multiple images (which can be enlarged for greater detail) and some will include video.
  • A weekly special and Featured Bikes will be on the home page. Customers can use EagleRider's "Fly & Buy" Program – if they visit a retail location and buy a bike, EagleRider will reimburse the customer's airfare.
  • For customers specifically searching for Harley-Davidson brands, they can check http://www.eusedmotorcycles.com/harley-davidson directly.
  • Customers can also sell their bikes to EagleRider under its Direct Buy Program.

In conjunction with the launch of Eusedmotorcycles.com, EagleRider will make a $100 donation to a national children's charity for every motorcycle sold online through Aug. 31.  The company will announce the recipient in September.

The launch also coincides with EagleRider's 20th anniversary, featuring a three-day event this weekend at its world headquarters.  

Posted by Holly Wagner