No Time
No Time Dork
6/11/19 3:47 p.m.

I can across what seems to be the motorcycle equivalent of Turo for cars. 

Cool for the renter, but I don’t know if I would rent out a bike to a stranger. 

Rent privately owned motorcycles

Not intended as Two wheeled paddle sports, just thought it might be of interest and maybe lead to some interesting discussion as people look at what’s available in their area. 

Datsun310Guy
Datsun310Guy UltimaDork
6/11/19 4:15 p.m.

I see myself wiping out and some biker guy beating me up.  All for under $100.

BoxheadTim
BoxheadTim MegaDork
6/11/19 4:16 p.m.

"Drop" off. Uh oh.

Yeah, I'd say that has "expensive problems" written all over it.

dculberson
dculberson UltimaDork
6/11/19 4:29 p.m.

OH GOD NO

No Time
No Time Dork
6/11/19 7:19 p.m.

Seems to be a wide range of prices:

Datsun310Guy
Datsun310Guy UltimaDork
6/11/19 9:53 p.m.

I thought it was odd I could rent a Civic Type R on Turo.  The owner was all low key about the previous rental guy curbing one of the rims.  It would make me nuts to rent out my car to hooligans like me.  

gunner
gunner HalfDork
6/12/19 8:05 p.m.

Interesting. I thought you were going to bring up twistedroad.com. I listened to a podcast on NOCO MOTO where they interviewed someone from there and it actually sounded like a great idea. You are vetted when you turn in your request to join and you must have a motorcycle license and they want you to have experience with the type of bike you are renting, like you won't get approved for a sport bike if all your experience is on a cruiser type of thing. Also that the renter can refuse to rent to you right up to the point of departure. I didn't realize there was more bike rental options out there.

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