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2013 Can-am Spyder Rt-s - Se5 Trike on mail.2040motos

US $25,499.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Redondo Beach, California, US

Redondo Beach, CA, US
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Can-Am SPYDER RT-S photos

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Can-Am SPYDER RT-S tech info

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Can-Am SPYDER RT-S description

2013 Can-Am Spyder RT-S - SE5, * Price shown is based on the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) and is subject to change. MSRP excludes destination charges, optional accessories, applicable taxes, installation, setup and/or other dealer fees.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 and amenities of the Spyder RT.

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Now Available: Five-Lug Wheel Adaptors For Can-Am Spyders

Thu, 30 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

From the “Answer To Question Nobody Asked” department comes this: wheel adaptors for the Can-Am Spyder to allow more conventional five-lug wheels to replace the standard three-luggers. Available from C & S Custom. C & S says the adaptors are a direct fit onto the existing Spyder hubs, and can accept a 5mm x 114mm bolt pattern which is common on many small cars.

2013 AIMExpo: Vee Rubber Tires – Video

Sat, 19 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Vee Rubber had two interesting tires options on display at the 2013 American International Motorcycle Expo in Orlando, Fla. First up is a tire line designed specifically for the Can-Am Sypder. Vee Rubber prides itself on targeting niche markets, and it doesn’t get more niche than this.

Motorcycles at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show

Mon, 28 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Two weeks ago, I took a break from my regular duties gathering news for Motorcycle.com to fly to Germany to cover the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show for our sister site AutoGuide.com. For two hectic days, AutoGuide editor Colum Wood and I scrambled across the massive 6.2 million square foot Messe Frankfurt trade fair compound, running from press conference to press conference to get the latest on exotic sport cars, futuristic concept models and international unveilings from the automotive world. It was heaven for car lovers, but for me, it meant fighting my way through hordes of photogs, auto-journalists and car show models to get the first photos of four-wheeled goodies from MINI, Ferrari and Lotus.