Eaglerider takes your money up front with your reservation for the whole rental period.
Hey Smarty, thanks for this route suggestion. Going to AZ bike week in April and have a loop ride planned through Jerome. Now we have a destination for lunch, because we all know that eating is the reason for riding.Just a suggestion, if you are heading toward the Grand Canyon, get on 66 going out of Kingman and ride in to Seligmon. Cool little throw back town that's just like it was in the 50's. Then after leaving there take the road that takes you to Prescott, Az, then take the road up through the pass to Jerome. One hell of a ride and will surprise the heck out of you when you come out at the top of the town on top the mountain. Really cool experience. Eat a burger on the deck at the Haunted Hamburger, number 1 hamburger in Az. Then you head down the other side into Sedona, Az. From there you are just a short ride to Flagstaff and the getting to the Grand Canyon.You won't be sorry, hell of a trip.
Well if you're going in mid August then you won't need heated gear but you may need a cooling vest and a lot of sunscreen because you will be riding in 110 degree plus temps in most of the area.