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Motorcycle Vacation In India? EagleRider Says Yes!

Motorcycle enthusiasts who may daydream about riding the exotic and historic roads of India will be pleased to know EagleRider are bringing this fantasy closer to reality.

With the recently announced opening of its very first India location in New Delhi, EagleRider has expanded its worldwide reach of offering the company's unique motorcycle services to a total of nine countries. The latest location allows Indians and tourists to explore the country with the world-renowned pioneer of motorcycle travel experiences.

Indian cultural history spans more than 4,500 years and the latest EagleRider location allows riders to explore it from the saddle of five different Harley-Davidson models and one Triumph model. These would be Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, Heritage Softail Classic, Road King, Sportser 883, Fat Bob and Triumph Bonneville T100.

From new roads................

The new location, which is conveniently located near the airport, offers tours tailored to all desires with luxurious hotel choices all over India, a budding fleet of iconic motorcycles, and the option of going with a region-specific tour guide and chase van for comfort, a spare bike, and hassle-free riding.

As of 2013, India's road network stretched 2,914,133 miles, making it the second largest in the world. These cut through a country which offers fascinating religions and ethnography, a vast variety of languages with more than 438 living languages and monuments that have been present for thousands of years. What could be considered the best incentive to make India the next motorcycle vacation, the country loves to ride resulting in roads full of bikers.

"We all know that riding motorcycles is fun. But riding a motorcycle as you explore a legendary country like India with so much history in every mile and so many interesting things to see and do is an entirely unique and unforgettable experience,” EagleRider Founder and CEO Chris McIntyre says, “EagleRider is immensely proud to finally be able to make that experience a possibility for fellow riders across the World." ancient ones

Article title picture courtesy of Harley-Davidson India

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