Can-Am has announced a partnership with Turo, a global online vehicle sharing marketplace–think of it as Airbnb for vehicles–to engage potential enthusiasts with an extended ride experience.
The pilot program will initially be available in nine markets in three states, all specifically chosen because they do not require a motorcycle endorsement to ride a Can-Am 3-wheeler. These initial markets include:
- San Diego
- Los Angeles
- Palm Springs
- San Jose
- San Francisco
- Las Vegas
- Myrtle Beach
Via the partnership, Can-Am has provided preselected 5-star Turo hosts with multiple vehicles and helmets, and they’re trained and ready to guide riders through the entire rental process.
While this is a great way for non-Can-Am owners and those new to powersports in general to dip a toe in the fun of the open road, it’s also a great way for existing owners or enthusiasts to create road trips outside areas where they live.
For example, a rider living in Chicago could book a Spyder or Ryker rental in California and take an epic ride up the famed Big Sur coast, without having to ride all the way across the country.
It also opens the door for Can-Am owners to potentially join Turo as a host and put their own vehicle up for rent to help offset the cost of ownership.
For more information, visit canamonroad.com/turo.
Way not western Idaho. Or Eastern Washington ? A lot of people my age are looking to change from sport touring motorcycle to a trike. Yes the Spokane are sales some Can Am trike but there knowledge of the trike is slim. There service department knows more than the sales department. True knowledge of your products makes a big difference in sales. I spent 40+ years in specialized construction field and 30 years in sales and estimating. Knowledge and integrity was a key factor in my success.
Never hide the truth.
I rather ride a bike then “I wanna ride but to scared to” poser.
Ok Brent the tough guy. Not everyone can be as tough as you.
BTW – It should be: I’d rather ride a bike than “I wanna ride but too scared to” poser.
Three typos in one sentence. Sad you’re not as smart as you are tough.
What about us people with spinal injury? Not posers, just tuff bastards proving we can do anything. From a tuff Aussie and 10 of his spinal injury mates. I think I know who the poser us, and it certainly is not the guy on the Spyder.
Brent sounds like the type of guy who puts 700 miles a year on his bike, then walks around with a ‘Live to Ride; Ride to Live’ tee-shirt on…