- Classic Harley-Davidson motorcycle rental in Orlando
- Choose from a selection of motorcycles including popular models like the Street Glide, Road King or Low Rider
- Cruise the streets of Orlando on an iconic American motorcycle
- Travel the roads of Florida from the bustling cities to the wide open vistas on the coast
- Includes a helmet and lock to use during the rental and free luggage storage is available
What You Can Expect
With a full gas tank and your gear ready, put on your helmet and head out on your Harley-Davidson! You’ll set your own itinerary, whether you want to get away from the crowds or find popular spots to stop during your trip. If you choose a 1-day rental for your vacation thrills, the roads of Orlando are the perfect place to explore on your Harley. Looking for the open road? Leave the city streets behind for long stretches of pavement that take you past sugar cane fields and coastal vistas to other parts of Florida.
With longer rentals (3, 5, 7, or 10 days), the options are infinite. Meandering coastal highways, wildlife reserves, national parks and white-sand beaches are dotted throughout Florida. Your Harley-Davidson gives you the power to explore the state, enjoying warm breezes as you ride. Recommendations for a top motorcycle ride near Orlando follow below. At the end of your trip, simply return your bike to the start point in Orlando with a full tank of gas.
Sugarloaf Mountain Ride:
Popular among central Florida motorcyclists, the Sugarloaf Mountain ride is an easy day trip from Orlando. Leave the city streets behind and head to the open roads of the countryside. Hilly inclines and tight corners make Sugarloaf Mountain a dramatic change from the generally flat terrain of Florida. On the northern side of Lake Apopka, the landscape becomes less populated and more wooded. Then the real fun begins on Old Country Road 561, on the western side of the lake. This road along with Old Country Road 455 make a nice loop around the mountain. From the mountain top, you can see Lake Apopka to the east and the Orlando skyline on the horizon. Bicyclists also like these open roads so keep an eye out for the slower 2-wheelers.