Home Harley davidson Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Hello Twisted Road. Bikers can now explore the Emerald City on two wheels

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Hello Twisted Road. Bikers can now explore the Emerald City on two wheels


CHICAGO, September 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Crooked road, the first motorcycle rental community, partners with Harley-Davidson Eastside and Emerald City Harley-Davidson in Seattle to allow cyclists to take extended trials before purchasing a bicycle. By allowing dealers to rent their fleet of used motorcycles, a rider can travel the Pacific Northwest before adding a motorcycle to their garage.

“Buying the right bike is a big decision,” said Austin rothbard, founder and CEO of Twisted Road. “We help riders try out different bikes before they make their final decision on which bike to add to the garage.”

Riders can rent any used motorcycle in the Eastside Harley-Davidson or Emerald City Harley-Davidson inventory, from Sportsters to Road Kings and Fat Boys to LiveWires. The Twisted Road insurance policy covers everything from driver and dealership liability to any damage that may occur during the journey.

“It’s exciting to partner with Twisted Road,” said Todd thompson, owner / president of Eastside Harley and Emerald City Harley. “This program helps people get on two wheels, especially when they are in the market for their next trip.”

Twisted Road’s demo program to acquire allows dealers to increase conversion risk-free. With its secure insurance program, extensive rider background checks and checks, and dealer inventory management platform, the company helps dealers make money off their existing inventory.

“We are connecting the motorcycle world: two wheels at a time, and I am very happy that we are finding innovative ways to bring the community together,” said Rothbard.

For more information on the Twisted Road program and to view all bikes available for hire, please visit www.twistedroad.com

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SOURCE Winding road

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