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Can-Am SPYDER RT-S description

Spyder RT-S SE5 Add a little edge to touring with the Spyder RT-S. The custom trim package and exclusive 15-inch wheels give it a unique look, while the rider footboards and rear air suspension bring an extra dose of comfort to the ride. In addition, the Spyder RT-S comes with all of the features an

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Can-Am Spyder Forums are full of Spyder Talk

Tue, 30 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Can-Am Spyder is an interesting beast (arachnid?). A snowmobile for the road, one might say. In any case, it’s automotive spectacle that is hard to ignore. Do you love it, or do you hate it? If you are at all curious about this beast, head over to the Can-Am Spyder Forums and have a look around. People have already been posting their pictures, reviews, questions and rants about their Spyders.

Will The Bombardier Trailtrike Make Trikes Cool?

Thu, 11 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Charles Bombardier, creator of the highly controversial Can-Am Spyder and grandson of the man who invented the snowmobile, thinks he has an idea to make trikes cool. It’s a tall order, considering most motorcycling circles banish three-wheelers as some kind of second class device, not worthy of mingling with true two wheelers. While Bombardier’s Trailtrike still has two wheels in front and one in back, he tells Popular Sciencethe difference is that the Trailtrike can be ridden both on- and off-road.

Bombardier Designs Alternative-Fuel Unicycle

Tue, 17 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Not only has Bombardier designed and built snowmobiles, planes, trains and the Can-Am Spyder, the privately held Quebec-based company also tinkers with prototypes like the Embrio the French Canadian answer to the Segway Human Transporter and resembles closely to the “Uno”. Unlikely to ever see actual production, this one-wheeled concept uses gyroscopic technology to balance its rider. The vehicle was allegedly designed to demonstrate what we bipedal humanoids might be using for transportation in the year 2025.