Can-Am Spyder F3 Triple Black

Can-Am Spyder goes triple black

The Can-Am Spyder F3-S Special Series in Triple Black is the first model unveiled from the 2016 model line-up. It features Triple Black paint and graphics, six-spoke black chrome front wheels, tinted low windshield, LED running lights, and electronic cruise control. The F3 model, powered by a Rotax 1330cc three-cylinder engine, was launched last year …

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Can Am Spyder F3

Should trikes require a special licence?

An online petition is seeking to allow car drivers with a full licence to ride a trike without needing a motorcycle licence, much like some states allow drivers to ride 50cc scooters. The petition, started by BRP who make the Can-Am Spyder three-wheeler roadster, has so far attracted more than 500 signatures. BRP Asia-Pacific GM …

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Can-Am Spyder F3

Can Am Spyder F3 preview

Canadian three-wheel sportier company Can Am is expanding its line-up for 2015 with a feet-forward muscle cruiser with an exposed 1330cc three-cylinder engine. Can Am Australia spokesman Matthew Ng says the F3 will arrive in autumn of 2015 and prices will be released in the next month. The F3 is powered by the 1330cc three-cylinder …

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Can-Am Spyder F3 is a muscle cruiser

The 2015 Can-Am Spyder F3 will be a cruiser-style three-wheel roadster with forward controls. Made by made by Canadian company Bombardier Recreational Products, the Spyder F3’s forward controls should make it a more relaxing ride.  That should help Can-Am attract some of the cruiser set who are getting a little too old to hold up …

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Can-Am Spyder gets more power

The three-legged Can-Am Spyder receives a power boost, bigger engine and more gears for 2014, yet prices should be fairly similar. The major change is in the engine room where the Rotax 998cc V-twin will be replaced by a 1330cc in-line triple. Power output has increased by 10.8kW to 85.8kW, but even more impressive is …

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Can-Am Spyder

Can-Am Spyder review

Is it a bike, a trike, a roadster, or a car? As far as the Australian authorities are concerned the three-wheeler Can-Am Spyder from BRP is a motorcycle. But you don’t need the authorities to tell you it’s fun. This year Can-Am has widened the choice of models with the introduction of a mid-pack ST. …

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Can-Am Spyder recalled

BRP has issued a worldwide recall on the current model Can-Am Spyder ST and RT over brake issues. Read my review here. In the Australian recall notice issued today, it says the tandem master cylinder manifold inlet may melt and cause brake fluid to leak. “If the brake fluid leaks on to a heat source …

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