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I ride a Can-Am RS-S (4 years, 37,000 miles (the gold one), and I love it. Not sure I would call it a "non-motorcycle," but he is my baby. He is actually my third Spyder, moving to three wheels in 2007, due to medical issues.

I am impatiently waiting for the Ryker to come out so my husband and I can test ride them. I want to get one for him so we can ride together.




Spyder (Sam)
Pipe Creek, TX
Saturday, November 24, 2018
I can’t wait for the MSF course, hopefully next spring, to have the chance to ride this vehicle. Folks are correct in saying that this is not a traditional motorcycle but it looks like it comes close to being a motorcycle. I ride two wheels but one day I know that I won’t be able to. This vehicle may be an inexpensive and just as fun option. Thank you for the review of the test ride. It’s been said before: “it’s all the same wind” and “ride your own ride” which in this case could refer to your choice of vehicles.

Karla
Loves Park, IL
Sunday, November 4, 2018
I'm a former H-D trike owner and now have a 2014 Can-Am Spyder RT. I met Brittany when we helped her with some demo rides in SoCal last year. I love my RT mostly for all the storage it affords when going out for days at a time. But I might just test out this Ryker for something a bit more fun and feisty. Hey, I've got room for two!


Beth Simon
Madisionville, KY
Sunday, November 4, 2018
Just to clarify, a motorcycle license is not required in all states to operate a Ryker. Check your state’s regulations or go to www.can-am.brp.com to see what you need to ride one. I had the opportunity to test ride one and it was a blast!

Ann
Las Vegas, NV
Sunday, November 4, 2018
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