Can-Am Spyder Forums are full of Spyder Talk

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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.

If you’re an interested buyer, or just plain curious as to how much you could snag one of these things, why not get a free price quote?

Price quotes for:

2009 Can-Am Spyder Roadster SM5 (Specs)

2009 Can-Am Spyder Roadster SE5 (Specs)

Check out the rest of the article for Motorcycle.com‘s video review of this … thing!  Head over to Motorcycle.com for a full written review.

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  • http://www.motorcycle.com Stephen Miller

    hot

  • BlueHornet

    This look interesting,so far.
    If there are any real people here looking to network, leave me a post.
    Oh, and yes I’m a real person LOL.

    See ya,

  • alan

    i have a 09 can am spyder. do anyone know where i can get some aftermarket 17inch front rims/tires from

  • http://dogpile Rich

    THIS AIN’T MOTORCYCLE-I bought a 2010 Spyder RT-S se5 in LA California and drove it to San Francisco 458 Miles. First turn onto the freeway. Thought I was going to die.After an hour I thought this is a bit scary. Second hour was not so scary.Then I hit cross winds. Back to scary. Well I lived past the first 600 miles. Practice , practice first. Then take lots of short trips. Saddle time helps your skill level. Going to take a while to get comfortable.Not scared now but, be careful. It’s a tameable beast.

  • http://www.motorcycle.com Dennis Chung
  • Janice A

    Looking at the CanAm Spyder RT family. Pretty darn close to getting one. I am older but still want a bike! The Spyder appears safer for me, a new beginner. Appreciate all of your thoughts. Happy Riding.