2014 Can-am Spyder Rt-s on mail.2040motos
Can-Am SPYDER RT-S description
This Spyder has just a little over 3000 miles and is in excellent condition. I have documents showing I took it in for the 3000 mile Break-In Inspection and maintenance. Neither of the two previous owners were into touring. Almost all the miles were ridden in and about small town Kerrville, Texas. Both owners (older guys of 60 plus) found the Spyder to be an expensive toy for just city touring. Fun but expensive. Original purchase was just under $30,000. I purchased it a month ago and decided it's not for me either (I'm only 78). Besides my wife hates the Cognac color which I really like. For the price I am asking someone is getting a real good buy. This is a no reserve listing , you bid it, it's yours. Notice the Spyder Trailer in the pictures, I will load the Spyder on the trailer and deliver it for free anywhere in Texas. Questions? Email me through eBay, give a phone number and we'll communicate.
There are several reviews for this RT-S Spyder on the net and I will be glad to provide web addresses for them if requested. If you are not familiar with the Spyder, I recommend you search the Web concerning its performance. You won't be disappointed in it if you are into touring. I have found it to be the most fun and safe motorcycle you can tour on. .
Can-Am SPYDER RT-S for Sale
Moto blogThu, 05 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0800
In September, Fonzie brought us a report on the 2010 Spyder RT direct from the Can-Am beehive in Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. With more carrying capacity than ANY motorcycle on the market — even some automobiles —- Can-Am sent touring guru and friend-of-MO, Fred Rau, on a tour of Canada and the United States to promote the new 5-speed luxury touring roadster. For those of you not following Fred’s blog @ SpyderFred.com, here’s a little taste of the scenes and opinions he encountered on his great many miles.Mon, 16 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Bombardier Recreational Products is issuing a recall campaign on 2010 Can-Am Spyder RT roadsters because of a risk of brake failure. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a pin used to secure the brake pedal connecting rod may disengage and fall off, resulting in a total loss of brake function. BRP received three reports of a loss of braking ability.Mon, 08 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800
BRP has a new contest ongoing (you may have seen the ads running on Motorcycle.com) to win a new 2009 Can-Am Spyder valued at $16,199. The contest is pretty simple and you are only required to answer four questions, and provide your personal information. The contest is only open to US residents.
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