Doubt it, a lease works on value security, that the vehicle will hold value for a certain amount of time. Bikes are too unpredictable in their security.
i cant imagine it...
It's rare but I've heard of folks leasing bikes. Call around.
A backyard mechanic without a service manual is just like a hooker without a lamp pole.... they are both in the dark.
yamaha used to lease some models.not sure if anymore though..
Does anyone have a spare bike (one thats perhaps been dropped, etc.) that they wouldnt mind RENTING (like a weekend perhaps) to mature riders?
I keep having these uncontrollable urges to make Vtwin engine braking noises whilst sitting in class.
Try Richmond Chrysler, they leased bikes before. Won't be cheap though.