Can-Am keeps forging ahead with new things. The company recently revealed its first motorcycles in decades, but it hasn’t forgotten its three-wheeled riders. For 2023, Can-Am will roll out new features for its Spyder and Ryker models. In addition, the brand is introducing an expanded range of customizable apparel.
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Can-Am has introduced an updated version of its Spyder RT, what it describes as the ultimate luxury-touring road-trip vehicle, which now offers enhanced comfort and additional convenience items. In addition to its new contemporary appearance with LED headlights for enhanced visibility, the Spyder RT features a redesigned cockpit with a
All-new Chassis, Engines, Entry Level PricingCan-Am has taken aim at a previously untapped market with the introduction of its all-new 2019 Ryker. Designed as a lower-priced model for local and day-trip use, it is intended to attract new and more youthful buyers to the brand, which until now has been
Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) already offers the Spyder RS, ST, and RT models intended for sporty, sport-touring, and touring enthusiasts, respectively. Now BRP takes aim at the cruiser market with the new 2015 Spyder F3.Three-Wheel Cruisin’ on California’s CoastStyling is anything but conservative, and the upscale F3-S version
Thanks to the Spyder’s inherent stability, high-tech ingenuity, and Canadian bravado, Can-Am has made the “backwards trike” a household name in only seven years. For model year 2014, they continue their success by dropping the V-twin engine and replacing it with an all-new inline triple, adding a sixth and
Three Wheels Across AmericaBombardier Recreational Products recently loaned us two of their top-of-the-line Can-Am touring models and a trailer for an exhaustive cross-country test. Starting in St. Louis, MO, we followed the Lewis and Clark Trail more than 3,000 miles to Oregon’s Pacific Coast. In addition to fluctuations