|BRP dealer Pit Bull Powersports delivers 100,000th Can-Am Spyder to first-time owner|
Marc R Lacroix from BRP presents the 100,000th Can-Am Spyder to owner Brahm Wilson and his wife Rachel in company of Len Damouth from Pit Bull Powersports. © BRP 2015
BRP and Pit Bull Powersports, the local dealer, presented the autographed vehicle, a 2015 Can-Am Spyder F3-S, to its new owner,
Wilson, who is currently riding with more than 1,200 other Can-Am Spyder enthusiasts at Spyderfest 2015 in
"I'm an ex-motorcyclist, returning to riding after a few years away and I have been admiring the Can-Am Spyder for a while now," said Wilson. "With the introduction of the Spyder F3, I decided that was the bike for me, and it ended up being the 100,000th to come off the assembly line. I couldn't ask for anything more than to share this amazing experience with the Spyder community at Spyderfest!"
"It has been a great ride with the Can-Am Spyder since we first unveiled it in 2007, to today, delivering the 100,000th unit," said José Boisjoli, BRP's president and chief executive officer. "The Spyder F3 model marks our entry in the cruiser segment, which represents about two-thirds of the North American motorcycle industry. Consumer response to this new model leads us to believe that we can expect more milestones in the near future."
"The Spyder line-up delivers a thrilling ride with a feeling of complete freedom and confidence to owners, as evidenced by the growing Spyder rider community and record participation during this year's Spyderfest," said
The first Can-Am Spyder to come off the assembly line was a 2008 Can-Am Spyder RS that was delivered to comedian
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