EagleRider is adding Indian motorcycles to its rental line-up.
The company, which allows riders to rent motorcycles from 100 locations around the world, says it has added the Chieftain, Chief Classic and Chief Vintage to its stable of offers.
EagleRider, founded in 1992 based in Los Angeles, has been offering Harley-Davidson, Honda, BMW and Triumph machines for its rental, self-guided and guided tours.
It has since become the world's largest motorcycle travel company.
EagleRider CEO Chris McIntyre says the Indians' power, style and reliability have been hits with customers.
McIntyre said initial response has been so positive that EagleRider has committed itself to offering the 2015 Scout and Roadmaster.