Crashing The Party At Can-Am’s F3 Launch Can-Am recognizes that a significant number of its buyers are not motorcyclists adding a wheel, but outdoor-adventure people subtracting a wheel, and looking for an open-air experience. The F3 can be a sedate, stable touring platform that just plain won’t fall over, or it can be ridden in
Mustang’s newest addition to its line of motorcycle seats lets Can-Am Spyder F3 riders feel the Mustang difference. The new one-piece touring seat for the F3 offers improvements over the stock seat and enhances the Spyder’s powerful modern look.
Yamaha Wolverine R-Spec (February issue) Yamaha Motor Corp., USA hosted a rather impromptu media tour in January ostensibly to highlight the company’s UTV manufacturing capabilities in its Newnan, Georgia, plant. It also provided a perfect backdrop to roll out the brand new 2016 Wolverine R-Spec model. Tough to tell which is more impressive! First, a
Street-going snowmobile? Road-bound PWC? It is not a motorcycle and it is not a car, but to more than 100,000 owners, the Can-Am Spyder is a blast.
On April 20, a Can-Am Spyder F3 rolled off BRP’s assembly line and was delivered to a dealer shortly after. Everything was normal about the process except for it was the company’s 100,000th unit to roll of the line.
BRP is offering free demo rides across North America. The Can-Am Spyder demo tour will stop in more than 150 cities across North America from now through August, providing participants with a free opportunity to test ride 2015 Can-Am Spyder models, including the new Spyder F3.
Corbin’s Dual Touring saddle for the Can-Am Spyder F3 is sculpted to provide an ergonomic advantage for touring quality support. Wide, sculpted seating positions create a larger area of contact for weight distribution.