- Rent a classic Harley-Davidson motorcycle in Miami
- Choose from six sought-after models such as the Electra Glide Classic or Low Rider
- Hit the open roads of Miami and see the city from the seat of an iconic motorcycle
- Explore the roads around the Florida coastline, and admire ocean panoramas and breathtaking countryside
- Make use of a helmet and lock throughout the motorcycle rental
- Select a rental duration to suit your vacation schedule
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
One of the best reasons to ride a motorcycle? You're exposed to the elements — in all the right ways. You get all the smells and all the sounds you don’t get in the car, a perfect way to admire Miami's many beaches!
What You Can Expect
With a full tank of gas and a lock included, all that’s left to do is strap on your helmet before you hop on your Harley-Davidson and head out to explore. Where you choose to go is up to you! If you select a 1-day rental for a vacation splurge, Miami is a classic place to put the pedal to the medal and show off your cool ride. Looking to clear your mind? Leave the city behind for the thundering straights and meandering roads of another part of Florida, allowing you to escape the hectic city highways.
If you rent for a longer duration (3, 5, 7, or 10 days), the opportunities are endless. With undulating ocean coastlines, sugar cane fields, and wildlife and nature conservations, Florida has it all. And what better way to see the action than from your ringside seat on a Harley-Davidson? Recommendations for top Florida motorcycle rides are as below. When the time comes to return your hog to the start point in Miami, simply ensure that your gas tank is refilled.
Ozello Trail Ride:
This short, but sweet trail is perfect for 1-day renters looking to escape buzzing Miami. Etched along the Gulf Coast of central Florida, the beloved route takes you northwest from US Route 19. Cruise past salt marshes; see deer and turkeys wandering through oak trees; and lean into the lines along curvy roads. Just watch your speedometer: A 35-mph (40-kmph) speed limit is enforced.
Route 98 from Pensacola to Crystal River:
The 400-mile (644-km) route is one for riders with time to kill and a trail to blaze. Thunder along the Gulf of Mexico, soaking up the sweeping shoreline vistas along the way, to arrive at Apalachicola Bay, a breathtaking spot known as the 'forgotten coast.' There are several areas along the way that you can pull off for a pit stop.