After Good Response, Bike Rental Player Adds 100 More Motorcycles in Delhi NCR Region

Delhi-NCR region is recognized by numerous avid bikers both locals and tourists who come from all over the country. The Rang De Basanti Mania evoked the bike rider culture already persisting way back in 2006. Every day bikers are increasing rapidly. Observing this phenomenon Bike Rental Player has decided to introduce 100 more motorcycles in the Delhi-NCR Region.

RenTrip offers bike rentals in Delhi as well as 40 + cities through a network of its dealers. People can rent self-drive bikes at the comfort of their home on www.rentrip.in

RenTrip CEO Agam Raghav told that due to the spurt in Covid cases of Omicron Variant, people are preferring a safer way to commute. Since self-drive bikes allow people to commute without having fellow passengers, there is an increased demand for rental bikes in Delhi. People can book the bikes online on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly and avail of no-contact delivery of the bikes at their doorstep. RenTrip has a variety of bikes and scooters and users have the choice to rent from Activa to Harley Davidson at affordable prices.

Users can avail of monthly bike rentals starting for Rs 3850 onwards which includes maintenance, a complimentary helmet, and insurance. Monthly bike rentals are also a good option for food delivery executives who do not want to invest in bikes for starting with their job.

The initial advent of bike rental in India took place in tourist places like Goa, Kerala, Leh & Ladakh. With due time this business expanded in other cities, as well as the demand for it, expanded subsequently. Today, bike rentals are available in the entire major as well as some of the prominent minor cities.

Daily innumerable people use transportation in the Delhi-NCR region making it one of the most populous traffic all over the country. The whole movement to introduce 100 more bikes in this region will enable more riders to use them and reach places with ease and convenience.

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