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2024 Motorcycle Buyers Guide: New Street Models

This 2024 motorcycle buyers guide highlights new or significantly updated street-legal models available in the U.S. As with previous buyers guides, we will also...

Can-Am Celebrates 50 Years

Can-Am is turning 50 this year, and Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), Can-Am's parent company, is celebrating with collaborations on custom products and festivities throughout...

Best Motorcycles for Smaller Riders: Seat Heights Under 30 Inches

Choices for smaller, affordable motorcycles are growing, and that’s good news for riders looking for a fun bike that won’t break the bank. Whether...

2023 Motorcycle Buyers Guide: New Street Models

This 2023 motorcycle buyers guide highlights new or significantly updated street-legal models available in the U.S. We will continually update the guide as new...

2023 Can-Am Spyder and Ryker Updates

In addition to its unveiling of two electric motorcycles slated for release in 2024, BRP has announced updates to its 2023 lineup of Can-Am...

Can-Am Unveils Two Electric Motorcycles

Teased back in March, Can-Am finally unveiled two all-electric motorcycles during a global product reveal on August 7 at the annual Club BRP event....

2022 Can-Am Spyder RT Limited | Road Test Review

BRP’s Can-Am three-wheelers have come a long way since the first model was introduced back in 2007. What started out as a single Spyder...

Can-Am to Launch All-Electric Motorcycles

BRP has announced that the iconic Can-Am brand, which currently includes Spyder and Ryker three-wheelers and four-wheeled ATVs and side-by-sides, will return to its...

2020 Guide to New Street Motorcycles

This handy guide includes all new or significantly updated street-legal motorcycles for the 2020 model year (plus sneak peeks at a few 2021 models)....

Ride the New Ryker 3-Wheel Vehicle: Can-Am Announces 13-City Demo Tour

Can-Am is hitting the road with its 2019 Can-Am Ryker, giving current and future 3-wheel vehicle riders in 13 cities across the U.S. and...

The Best Bikes for Smaller Riders (and Budgets): 2019 Edition!

Bigger doesn’t always mean better, and fortunately for those of us looking for a fun, affordable motorcycle there are more choices than ever. Nearly...

Rider’s Guide to New/Updated Street Motorcycles for 2019

This handy guide includes all new or significantly updated street-legal motorcycles for the 2019 model year. Organized in alphabetical order by manufacturer, it includes...

2018 Can-Am Spyder F3 Limited | Road Test Review

Touring on three wheels is a totally different experience from that of a two-wheeler, and touring with two of the three wheels in front...

2019 Can-Am Ryker | First Ride Review

This is a review of a Can-Am 3WV (three-wheeled vehicle). Cue the snarky comments. It's not a motorcycle, they say. Well, they're right...and Can-Am...

2019 Can-Am Ryker | First Look Review

Can-Am's lineup of 3-wheeled Spyders has condensed over the years to a handful of large, powerful, top-spec--and therefore expensive--models. In an effort to recapture...

Southwest Express: Winter Touring on Can-Am Spyders

So...do we fly? Or do we ride? Kurt and I were staring at a map of the Southwest, planning a visit to his family in...

2018 Updates to the Can-Am Spyder Lineup

Since launching its three-wheeled Can-Am Spyder RS roadster a decade ago, Canada’s Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) has steadily improved and expanded the Spyder lineup....

Can-Am Celebrates the Spyder’s 10th Anniversary

It’s not often you get to be a part of history in the making. But we enjoyed that opportunity during the first weekend of...

Rider’s Guide to New/Updated Street Motorcycles for 2017

Talk about an embarrassment of riches! More than 100 street motorcycles are all-new or significantly updated for the 2017 model year. This bumper crop...

2017 Can-Am Spyder F3 Limited – First Look Review

More information on Can-Am's 2017 Spyder lineup is trickling out of Orlando, Florida, where Can-Am is holding its annual dealer meeting. We got a...

2017 Can-Am Spyder F3 and RT – First Look Review

Having built more than 100,000 Can-Am Spyders since the first model was introduced for 2008, BRP’s unique, state-of-the-art three-wheelers have clearly been a hit....

Turbocharged Can-Am Spyder Concept Vehicle Unveiled

A turbocharged Can-Am Spyder concept vehicle was unveiled today at Daytona International Speedway’s newly redesigned motorsports stadium leading into the 2016 Can-Am Duel At...

2016 Can-Am Spyder F3 Limited—Road Test Review

Assuming there will never be a Spyder dual-sport model (never say never?), Can-Am’s lineup of three-wheel roadsters came full-circle last year with the introduction...

Can-Am Announces it’s 2016 Spyder Lineup With New F3-T and F3 Limited Models

Can-Am just announced its 2016 Spyder roadster lineup this fine Friday evening at a live global dealer event in Nashville, Tennessee. The 2016 three-wheeled lineup includes...

2016 Can-Am Spyder F3-S Special Series in Triple Black

The first model in Can-Am’s 2016 Spyder roadster lineup was revealed—appropriately enough—at the Sturgis rally in South Dakota earlier this month. The F3-S Special...

BRP Delivers 100,000th Can-Am Spyder

BRP, based on Valcourt, Québec, saw its 100,000th Can-Am Spyder roll off the assembly line on April 20, 2015. BRP and Pit Bull Powersports, a Can-Am...

2015 Can-Am Spyder F3 | First Ride Review

Can-Am recently invited a group of journalists to sample its latest Spyder roadster on a two-day ride through rolling countryside ablaze in fall colors,...

2015 Can-Am Spyder F3 – First Look Review

After giving everyone a tease with the release of a single official photo but no specs for the all-new 2015 Can-Am Spyder F3, BRP...

2015 Can-Am Spyder F3 Breaks Cover!

After spy shots were leaked last week, BRP has released its first official photo of the new Can-Am Spyder F3 roadster, which will be introduced...

2014 Can-Am Spyder RT – First Ride Review

They say good things come in threes. For fans of the Can-Am Spyder RT “roadster,” now that saying doesn’t just apply to the number...

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