Spyder's Little Brother Is Coming to Town: Introducing the Can-Am Ryker!

September 11, 2018

We're so excited when something mind-blowing and new comes our way. Let's just say that the all-new Can-Am Ryker model does NOT disappoint!

Consider the Ryker the little brother of everyone's favorite Spyder. It was designed to be the easiest-to-ride 3-wheel vehicle ever created, both in terms of driving and pricing. The Can-Am Ryker will increase the accessibility of 3-wheel vehicles and allowing people to discover the thrill of riding the open road. New road warriors will njoy the automatic transmission that allows riders to not need to change gears... it’s just twist-and-go!

We had the honor to get a sneak peak and these new rides are sweet! Don't take our word for it though... we'll have them on our showroom floor soon! If you really want to know when, give us a call or come on in!





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