Motorcycle sales in the U.S. increased due to Covid, with demand outpacing supply for many popular models
AUSTIN, Texas and CHICAGO, Illinois, May 18, 2021
Rollick Inc. and Twisted Road, the leading motorcycle rental and sharing community, today announced they now offer motorcycle rentals and special discounts to members of Rollick’s affinity partner network. This network includes over 250 million high-quality consumers including members of Sam’s Club, AAA, Progressive Insurance, members of the military, veterans, and first responders. Rollick customers will be eligible for a discount on their first rental and the offering will be integrated into the GoRollick marketplace.
“This program allows riders to take a bike for an extended test ride before making a purchase,” said Austin Rothbard, Twisted Road Founder and CEO. “Many of our customers also enjoy the opportunity to rent motorcycles while traveling or just to try a different motorcycle for fun.”
Motorcycle and scooter sales increased 11.4 percent in 2020 according to the Motorcycle Industry Council Retail Sales Report. At the same time, supply chain issues mean that demand has outpaced supply for many popular motorcycle models.
“We see this as both another way to drive sales to our dealers as test rides are difficult to come by for most new model bikes and as an opportunity to offer new experiences to members of our affinity partner network,” said Jason Nierman, Rollick’s Chief Revenue Officer.
Members of Rollick’s affinity partner network can take advantage of exclusive savings on motorcycle rentals here.
About Rollick, Inc.
Rollick connects manufacturers, dealers, and finance and insurance providers with in-market consumers in the Powersports, RV, and Marine industries to deliver a seamless customer journey. Rollick’s solutions include new customer acquisition, enterprise lead management, customer experience/loyalty, and marketing automation. In addition, the company has rapidly built its GoRollick.com outdoor recreational vehicle buying marketplace to include a nationwide network of dealers, over 100 manufacturers, and an affinity partner network with access to over 250 million high-quality customers including policyholders of major insurance providers, employees at more than 2,000 top U.S. companies, members of the military, veterans and first responders. For more information, visit Rollick.
About Twisted Road
Twisted Road matches motorcycle riders with motorcycles. It's that simple. In under 5 minutes, you can create a profile and list your bike or reserve a bike to rent. Their motorcycle-sharing community gives you the chance to try new bikes, explore the open road when traveling, or earn money when not using your bike. As bike enthusiasts know, nothing magnifies every sense quite like a good ride. Book a Bike. Ride the World.
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