By Rick Barrett of the Journal Sentinel
Jan. 17, 2011
Harley-Davidson Inc. has expanded its Fly & Ride program from 37 to more than 300 locations - including overseas destinations where you can fly to a major city and then rent a motorcycle.
Nearly a quarter of the company's 1,300 dealerships are now in the program, which is meant for Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members when they would rather rent a bike than ride their own.
Fly & Ride is now part of Harley's authorized rental program, which anyone can use, but Fly & Ride offers additional perks such as trip planning and member assistance.
"We have taken an extremely popular H.O.G. benefit and made it even better," Steve Piehl, Harley's director of customer experience, said in a statement.
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