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Motorcycle Rental

Terms

 Valid Driver's License with Motorcycle endorsement!  Age minimum 25 years old.  Exhibit good riding ability.  $1,000 Deposit placed on major credit card.  Reconciliation upon return of undamaged motorcycle rentals and undamaged rental Items.  *Complete Riding Apparel at a daily rate of $30 includes the following Helmet, Gloves, Riding Jacket, & Pants.  Luggage is Included in daily rental fee. *Insurance includes:  · Liability Coverage to others.  · Comprehensive Coverage with $1,000 deductible.  · Collision Coverage on a secondary basis $1,000 deductible.  · Collision Damage Waiver renter only responsible for first $1,000 instead of the entire value of the motorcycle loss.  


Mandatory Insurance Policy After booking an email notification will be sent with confirmation and instructions on how to complete the insurance, which will be $15.00 a daily fee.

Information

We changed the way you rent a motorcycle(s) by delivering to any local Hotel, Home, or Agreed upon location within reason which, makes Northwest Motorcycle Adventure an all-around better experience. We drop off the motorcycle with all of the gear so all you have to do is start it up and begin your ride. It beats waiting for that dealership to open at 10 am and will also allow you the Rider to get a good night rest before your Adventure starts the next morning. Upon return no need to rush back to a closed dealership that starts charging you late fees for being 15 minutes late. Simply return back to your hotel or home at the agreed time and place and we will pick up the bike(s). Never a Mileage Charge but we do ask to keep mileage under 250 miles a day for safety reasons, extremely high mile trips will incur a small tire surcharge of $30.

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Favorite Rides

Mt. Hood

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Mount Hood, Oregon's highest summit at 11,240 feet, is a dormant volcano covered with 11 active glaciers. This snow covered peak lies at the heart of the Wilderness and is covered with forested slopes and alpine meadows.

Gorge

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The Gorge is a popular destination for hiking, biking, sight-seeing, fishing, and watersports. The area is known for its high concentration of waterfalls, with over 90 on the Oregon side of the Gorge alone. Many are along the Historic Columbia River Highway, including the notable 620-foot-high Multnomah Falls, which is 35 Miles From Portland Airport. 

Crater Lake

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With a depth of 1,943 feet, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States - and one of the most beautiful. The water's intense blue color is an indication of its great depth and purity. Surrounded by cliffs, the lake is fed entirely by rain and snow.

Oregon Coast

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Lined by All-American Highway 101 to the east and the wild Pacific Ocean to the west, the Oregon Coast is 363 miles of rugged shoreline, where tide pools and hiking trails share sunsets with beach towns and lighthouses, and where visitors can connect with a frontier that promises to never fade away.

Willamette Valley

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The Willamette Valley, located at the foot of the Oregon Coast Range, comprises some of the most fertile and lush farmland in the Northwest. The Willamette Valley, Oregon's leading wine region, has two-thirds of the state's wineries and vineyards and is home to more than 500 wineries. It is recognized as one of the premier Pinot noir producing areas in the world.

San Juan Islands

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The San Juan Islands, situated north and west of Seattle, are an archipelago in the Salish Sea, facing Vancouver Island and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The San Juan Islands offer beauty, pleasure and adventure for area residents and tourists alike.  The San Juan Islands topography is varied with hills, valleys, shoreline.