Triple T Riders offers motorcycles to give you the best comfort for those long rides, whether its just you or you’re riding 2-up with a passenger. And, our bikes look cool. So go ahead – see the sights, soak in the open road, and turn heads while you do it.
As an added bonus, you’ll get your 5th rental day FREE with any bike.
Click each image for pricing and specs on each bike.
This bike has lots of power and the ultimate comfort for long rides. The upgraded pipes have a roar that will make you smile from ear to ear. People will hear you coming! LOTS of passenger storage and extra chrome. Quick release baggage. You will be hard pressed to find a nicer Street Glide than this. This bike is ideal for going solo or two-up.
This is the ultimate sport touring bike! It’s fast. It’s agile. It’s comfortable. LOTS of optional passenger storage. Quick release luggage bags. Adjustable windshield. Yamaha’s sleek phantom matte blue paint. Whether you’re riding solo or two-up, there’s so much to love about this bike.
Yamaha Stryker Specs
Fuel Capacity: 4.67 gal.
Seat Height: 26.4 in.
Wheelbase: 68.9 in.
Dry Weight: 646 lbs.
Storage: Saddle Bags
Rent 4 days and the 5th day is FREE. One day rentals okay!
A low seat height and low center of gravity on this beauty makes for easy handling. Lots of chrome for bling and stylish leather-wrapped hard saddlebags. The engine power demands respect, yet is not so big that it intimidates. You’ve got the reliability of a Yamaha and the sound of a Harley with these great sounding Cobra pipes! Great for two-up or the solo rider.
MOTORCYCLE RENTAL SERVICES IN PORTLAND, OR
Bikes with mean moxie and attitude. That’s what we’re about. Experience some of the most incredible touring routes in the country on one of our bikes. Pick one out and hit the road – it’s as simple as that.
We like to ride and we like to ride safely. No helmet? No problem. Protect your melon with one of ours for a small fee each day you’re out.
Getting from the airport to our place is an easy 25 minute Uber ride away. If you plan on driving yourself out, give us a heads up – we’ll need to get parking arrangements situated.
IMPORTANT INSURANCE INFORMATION
While we require the mandatory standard insurance for all motorcycle rentals, a little extra coverage never hurt anybody. Read more about the additional insurance offerings we have and decide if they’re a good fit for you.
Mandatory Basic Insurance
$1500 deductible; this is your maximum out of pocket liability in the rare case of damage occurring.(note:must be purchased even on days when the rental is free on the fifth day).
Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI)
Raises your liability coverage to third parties from the state minimum limits to up to $300,000 for bodily injury liability and up to $100,000 property damage liability.
Loss Damage Waiver
By purchasing this peace of mind, your maximum out of pocket liability for property damages is reduced to only $750 (down from $1500).
Various sizes are available. Subject to availability; no guarantee. Please note that helmets are required by the state.
The Legal Stuff
Want to rent one of our motorcycles? We’ll need you to read this document filled with important information. If you’ve got questions, just give us a ring – we’re here to help!
Crater Lake, Oregon – The pristine beauty of Crater Lake is almost unsurpassed with its crystal blue waters reaching depths of nearly 2,000 feet in places.Fed entirely by rain and snowmelt this beautiful destination is worthy of a stop on any motorcycle adventure. There’s miles of gorgeous asphalt and amazing motorcycle roads that are beckoning you to come to visit the beauty that is Crater Lake.
Oregon Coast – The Oregon Coast is known for its sprawling white sand beaches and massive rock formations that dot the coastline.As you head south along the 101 the views seem to just get increasingly more beautiful.With quaint towns all along the way and plenty of options for hotels, campgrounds, and fantastic dining options with world-class seafood and plenty of other epicurean delights, you can’t go wrong with a cruise down the 101. There are over 360 miles of asphalt to explore between Astoria and Crescent City, California.
Columbia River Gorge, Oregon & Washington – The mighty Columbia cuts through this 4,000-foot deep gorge and provides the border between Oregon and Washington.On the Oregon side, you have Interstate 84, which isn’t necessarily the most fun way to see the gorge by motorcycle but will get you to the eastern side of the state the quickest.It’s worth traveling at least part of interstate 84 so you can stop and see majestic Multnomah Falls. But we recommend the Washington side if you’re looking to stretch out and explore a little more.With lots of fun and twisty back highways branching off of Highway 14, you could spend a week exploring the best ones and not be disappointed.
Puget Sound, Washington – If you want to head northward and explore some of Washington State’s beauty, you can’t go wrong with the Puget Sound.With the San Juan Islands and the Washington State Ferries to get you and your machine comfortably from island to island it’s a breath of fresh air.Orcas Island, San Juan, Lopez, and Whidbey all have great roads with good dining options throughout and plenty of places to stay or camp for the night.And while you’re island hopping, you may as well go international and take a ferry ride up to Victoria BC if you have the time.It’s a gorgeous city set right on the water on the south end of Vancouver Island and is well worthy of your time.Be sure to bring your passports if you plan to head that far north though!
"Sometimes it takes a whole tank full of fuel before you can think straight."
"I would rather be on my motorcycle thinking about church,
than be in church thinking about my motorcycle."
"Four wheels move the body; two wheels move the soul."
"Sometimes, you find yourself in the middle of nowhere; and sometimes, in the middle of nowhere, you find yourself."
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Experience the most breath-taking scenery the Pacific Northwest has to offer all on the back of a bike. We truly believe this is one of the most exhilarating experiences and encourage you to contact us with any questions or for more information. We look forward to hearing from you.