Dealer news, Dec. 27: Dealerships expand into rentals, toy hauler sales

  • Dealernews
  • Dec 26, 2017

EFFINGHAM, IL – Legacy Harley-Davidson has formed a business to sell RVs, toy haulers and other types of campers. Legacy Recreational Vehicles also plans to expand into providing RV service and accessories, according to the Journal Gazette and Times-Courier.  

In contrast to the continued decline in motorcycle sales, RV sales have been on the upswing for the last several years. According to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, RV manufacturers will ship more than 472,000 units to dealers in 2017, from a low of 165,600 units shipped in 2008.

ORLANDO, FL – EagleRider announced it will be offering motorcycle rentals at all Orlando Harley-Davidson locations, including the Historic Factory Dealership, East Orlando H-D and Orlando H-D south in Kissimmee.

Beginning Jan. 1, “EagleRider and Orlando Harley-Davidson will offer motorcycle rentals, tours and membership experiences to the residents and over 68 million annual visitors to Orlando and surrounding areas,” EagleRider announced.

“One of the world’s most acclaimed Harley Dealers, the world’s largest motorcycle rental company and the world’s top visitor destination – this is a match made in heaven,” said Anne Deli, co-owner of Orlando Harley-Davidson.

“Steve and Anne Deli are true icons in the motorcycle world,” said Chris McIntyre, CEO of EagleRider. “To be able to work in partnership with them to grow the sport of motorcycling is a real honor.”

Los Angeles-based EagleRider has an alliance with Harley-Davidson Motor Co. to expand the availability of motorcycle rentals across the United States.

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