In Nashville there are several motorcycle rental companies that offer the chance to traverse some of the finest biker routes in the country with speed and style.
Best known as the music capital of the world, Nashville is also a mecca for motorcycle enthusiasts keen to explore its thrilling road routes that combine exceptional riding conditions with magnificent scenery. And whether you’re sticking to the higheways or heading out to the Smoky Mountains or beyond, there’s something for every taste. If you’re coming to Nashville and want to rent a bike during your stay, here are three outlets that we wouldn’t hesitate in recommending.
If you’re seeking a truly special mode of transport in which to explore Nashville, the Polaris Slingshot could be for you. First introduced in 2014, these distinctive three-wheeled motorcycles have gained widespread popularity and are available to rent in Nashville courtesy of renowned local company RevRide. Located in downtown Nashville, they offer a wide range of brand new 2-seater Automatic and Manual Transmission Slingshots, with helmets and insurance included in your rental deals. All bikes also come with state-of-the-art ride command navigation systems, with pre-set and uploaded route options. Prices start at $189 for half-day rentals.
Music City Indian Motorcycle
Run by a quartet of motorcycle enthusiasts with many years of experience in the bike industry, Music City Indian Motorcycle has a large inventory of Indian motorcycles for rent. Among them are models including the Chief, Challenger, Scout and Scout Bobber. They also pride themselves on their informal and friendly service, with visitors invited to join them for a beer while perusing their wares – and shooting the breeze on all things biking, of course. As well as their rental services, they also offer sales, financing, and parts departments, along with maintenance and customisation.
One of the world’s largest motorcycle rental and tour companies, Eagle Rider has a huge selection of new Harley-Davidson, Yamaha, BMW, Honda, Indian, and other bikes available for hire. Their Nashville operations are located at the city’s international airport, where you can pick up your chosen bike and head off to discover the area’s acclaimed road routes. When we searched for Nashville rentals, we found a total of six bikes available, with rates starting at $199 per day for a Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic. As well as their motorcycle rentals, Eagle Rider also offer luggage storage, free parking, free use of DOT-approved helmets, membership benefits, and more.