Enterprise Rent-A-Car announced a pilot program to rent Harley-Davidson bikes to customers Wednesday, marking the first time a U.S. car rental company ventured into the motorcycle market.
Based in Las Vegas, Enterprise’s motorcycle rentals feature five different models of Harley Davidson bikes with two more models expected by the end of November. Enterprise Vice President Steve Short said the company selected Vegas because tourists are prone to take trips to outlying attractions like the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon.
The two-wheeled thrills don’t come cheap, though. According to Vegas Inc, the bikes will set renters back $120 to $160 a day. Available models include the Street Glide, Road Glide Custom, Electra Glide Classic, Electra Glide Ultra Limited and Road Glide Ultra, with the Heritage Softail Classic and Fat Boy Lo expected by year’s end.
All renters must have a motorcycle driver’s license. Helmets, which are required by Nevada law, are complimentary.