|BRP invites Can-Am Spyder owners from all over the world to 10th anniversary homecoming event in 2017|
Can-Am Spyder owners preparing for a group ride in Daytona, FL. © BRP 2016
"The community of Can-Am Spyder owners is incredibly strong and we're looking forward to hosting many of them at the birthplace of the Can-Am Spyder vehicle," said
Homecoming activities include VIP access to the Can-Am Spyder production line, along with the newly-redesigned
Additionally, since the Can-Am Spyder model is all about riding the open road, BRP is going to encourage cross-country group rides leading to
Registration and additional event information can be found at www.SpyderHomecoming.com. Registration is mandatory and there will be a limited number of spots available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
"Since its inception, the Can-Am Spyder has introduced more people to riding by providing the freedom of the open road together with performance and peace of mind," said Boisjoli. "It's a unique combination, and of the 100,000 passionate Can-Am Spyder owners around the world, nearly 25 percent are new to riding."
BRP unveiled the first Can-Am Spyder model in 2007 with the vision of democratizing the open road. Since that time, the lineup has expanded to include models to fit all lifestyles and definitions of adventure, regardless of prior riding experience. The lineup now includes the Can-Am Spyder RT (touring), Spyder F3 (cruising) and Spyder F3-T (cruiser bagger), Spyder ST (sport touring) and Spyder RS (sport).
For more information about the Can-Am Spyder lineup, visit www.can-am.brp.com.
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