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I saw one at a bike show, test rode one and three weeks later had one. That was 14 months and 44,000km later. Got rid of my cars and still I love it. No major problems with it. Couldn't buy a two wheeler as I'd be a statistic by now.
Brilliant bit of machinery.

Wayne S.
lawnton.QLD, Australia
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
A neighbor of mine picked a red Can Am Spyder up last year, and has been riding it in the nicer weather. It's a nice enough vehicle, with plenty of power and great accelleration. Personally, I prefer my Honda Silver Wing FSC 600 maxi scooter at half the price.

It may not be quite as quick, but does offer a real two wheel riding experience as opposed to the "training wheel" setup on the Spyder. However, to each his own. The Spyder is a nice ride which gets its owner out on the open road, and for a price that most people can still afford.

I'd opt for the sequential shifting of the automatic given its convenience, if you can afford the extra 1500 bucks. I think Bombardier deserves credit for bringing the Spyder to market, given its unique design. It's almost like a three wheeled sports car; and who doesn't like sports cars?

Jim
Brookville, NY
Saturday, March 20, 2010
As a woman and being totally inexperienced with riding a motorcycle, I wanted one for two years since the day someone showed it to me on the Web. We researched, test drove, and debated about this. My husband use to be a motorcycle cop and fell in love with it the minute he got on it. He stopped riding motors just because of the wacky auto drivers out there. I suggested for us to get one and then get another one once I got use to it and he said "No, there is no fun riding on one, you need your own." We are always on them.

Those who express it is like a convertible are totally wrong. It may not lean like a two wheel motor, but it still gives you the kick of being out there. It can be from 0-75 mph in seconds. It can totally perform and hold its own on the road. Being a non-motorcycle person, the three wheels gives me the reassurance I need to be on one and not have to balance or lean and I feel I don't have to do anything other than enjoy. We have given many a ride to a curious person which in turn makes them want to buy one immediately. appreciate those two wheelers out there, but believe me those who have a curious eye should definitely try it.

Lyle Gillespie
Park City, UT
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
I rode it in Sturgis this year. I love it. I want one for Christmas! It immediately gives the novice confidence especially around the curves.

KJ Simon
Littleton, CO
Thursday, September 10, 2009
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