LOS ANGELES, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EagleRider, the world's largest motorcycle rental, tours, sales and service company, has rolled out the mobile optimized version of its used motorcycle sales website, www.UsedMotorcycles.net. EagleRider's most recent technological development is catering to the rapid increase in the site's mobile traffic.
UsedMotorcycles.net continues to serve as a central marketplace for used motorcycles, not just for EagleRider's dealerships, but independent private sellers, and EagleRider franchise locations looking for suitable ad space. The mobile site will allow users to quickly and easily browse the site's extensive inventory, get EagleRider's location information for servicing Harley-Davidsons on the go, and allow users to post their motorcycles for sale right from their phones.
The site hopes to make the biggest impact on EagleRider's thriving dealership markets, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, and Fort Lauderdale. Much of the site's mobile traffic is coming from users in hopes of finding a dealership that will have the motorcycle they are looking for. "This is an exciting step for UsedMotorcycles.net's users. The mobile user experience is greatly enhanced allowing users to freely browse used bikes, like used Harleys® and used Honda® motorcycles, on their mobile devices," said EagleRider's Director of Product, Ryan Oreif.
Pioneering the motorcycle rental concept in 1992, EagleRider is now a full service motorcycle experience company offering Harley-Davidson®, Honda®, BMW® rentals, one way rentals, and guided and self-drive tours. With over 100 locations, EagleRider is the world's largest motorcycle travel company also offering service, parts and accessories, and motorcycle sales including an array of features for individuals and dealers looking to buy and/or sell their bikes. For more information, please visit http://www.EagleRider.com for EagleRider rentals and tours, www.UsedMotorcycles.net for EagleRider sales, like us on Facebook at EagleRider Motorcycle Rentals & Tours and follow on Twitter @EagleRider.