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2010 CAN-AM SPYDER RT - VIDEO BLOG
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Can-Am looks to shake up the touring realm with the release of its 2010 Can-Am Spyder RT. Check out the video then read Adam's first ride impressions in the
2010 Can-Am Spyder RT First Ride
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A new Inline Triple eninge, six-speed gearbox, revised chassis and bigger shocks highlight changes to the new Spyder. Find out more in our video and read our
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article for the full report.
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We ride Can-Am’s new 2013 Spyder ST Limited and sample its RS-S and RT while cruising around National Harbor during the press launch of the 2013 Can-Am Spyder Roadsters. Hear our first ride impressions and read the report in our
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Motorcycle USA put saddle time on both the 2012 Can-Am Spyder RT and RS Roadsters during the recent press gathering in southern California, getting an opportunity to test the new Fox Racing Shox on the RS and the touring luxuries of the RT. Read about our experience in our
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Can-Am's premium grade three-wheeled touring steed faces off against the Honda Gold Wing and BMW K1600 GTL motorcycles. Read more about it in the
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2008 Santa on a Spyder
Jolly old St. Nick takes a spin on the Can-Am Spyder. Read more about Santa's Manhattan ride in the
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2007 Can-Am Spyder
The radical new three-wheeled Can-Am Spyder just might revolutionize the motorcycle industry. Our Editorial Director takes it for a drive, er ride, in sunny Southern California. Check out the full story in our
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September 6, 2010 07:54 PM
I recruit participants for market research surveys. It's not for sales, but just to get people's opinions. We are recruiting for a phone survey Can-Am Spyder owners. If you would like to give your opinion, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much.
Mr Jacob keleketse @ Gauteng traffic
August 6, 2010 02:14 AM
This is a most wonderfull bike to ride and travel.it represent a new look into a bike worl its so amazing as you get on it.Thank you to the people or individuals who came with this idea.
March 25, 2010 09:47 PM
i live in matewan w,va in would like to know if there a place around here within a 200 milers, email is email@example.com
November 9, 2009 10:34 AM
I agree with Bookum on the sad state of a reviewer on the video. Get somebody who can articulate. Also, how about some info on the steering (is it the rear wheel??) and also the handling on corners, etc. Somebody besides that pothead would probably be nice..and more useful for sure.
October 20, 2009 02:45 PM
I would like to see a video that is colorful and gives some info. You know like, how does the cockpit look or what is the fuel milage. afterall the majority of people looking at this video are comparing this "bike" to the HD. Lots of luck, Bob
September 20, 2009 08:22 PM
Please tell me this guy is not a moto journalist. Please tell me you have a bigger budget to shoot video's with. If not.....borrow some money, hire Mitch Boehm and try for heaven sake to appeal to folks who will buy the Can-Am.....not some dude you found in the parking lot.
Thomas - So. Canada
September 17, 2009 08:27 PM
This is a nice blog review of the BRP Spyder. I happen to like the Ice Cube reset of '3Wheel motion' it leaves me yearnin for 'I got a full tank of unleaded' blast. The video does reveal that the gauges look small in size, this is no surprise form a sno-machine manufacturer. The dials look like a typical winter bike.
September 17, 2009 01:17 PM
Dear Motorcycle-USA staff, would you please pick someone else to review the more mature motorcycles you write about. This guy seems better suited to review the most reckless stunt of the week. He's not very articulate and it always seems as though he just finished smoking a joint before his "reviews". "Three wheel motion contraption thingy..." "Holds my posterior region very nicely", "My eyes has 20/20"...Are you serious?? What a great choice of words coming from an editor...Man... Word of advice, try utilizing an editor that's at least thirty-five, whom doesn't smoke the "J" before his rides next time...man...Thanks!
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