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Enterprise will rent you a Harley-Davidson

Wed, 16 Oct 2013

If you're in the unenviable position of having to rent a vehicle while traveling, and Hertz's Penske GT Mustangs or dream cars aren't quite your style (or within your budget), you're now able to free yourself from caged drudgery and rent a motorcycle from Enterprise. If you're headed to Las Vegas, at least.

Enterprise isn't the first company that will rent you a two-wheeler (Eaglerider, for example, has locations across the globe) but does seem to be the first major auto rental business to diversify into motorcycles.

You better like hogs, though, and be headed to Las Vegas, because Harley is the only make to be offered at the outset and Sin City will serve as the program's pilot location. Enterprise says the recreation hotspot's proximity to must-sees like the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam helped made the selection simple, but the free-wheeling mindset of Vegas-bound tourists probably won't hurt, either.

Here's the stable you'll have to choose from:

-- Street Glide

-- Road Glide Custom

-- Electra Glide Classic

-- Electra Glide Ultra Limited

-- Road Glide Ultra

-- Heritage Softail Classic (available by the end of year)

-- Fat Boy Lo (available by the end of year)

Rental rates are about $161 per day. That's over three times what a Chevy Spark rental will set you back, but if you're too busy riding the desert roads to hit the blackjack tables it's probably a money-saving proposition anyway. It includes a helmet, as Nevada has a mandatory helmet law. Head to Enterprise for more details.

By Graham Kozak