|Plan your Summer Around Can-Am Spyder Events|
Start planning your summer Can-Am Spyder rides. © BRP 2015
Valcourt, Québec, May 7, 2015— BRP (TSX: DOO) is sponsoring seven Can-Am Spyder owners' events across North America this summer as part of an ongoing effort to reach riders where they live and ride. This approach, which is new for 2015, ensures multiple opportunities for owners and riders to be part of the expanding Can-Am Spyder community.
"The 100,000thCan-Am Spyder recently rolled off our assembly line, a Can-Am Spyder F3, our latest model," said Francois Tremblay, director, Global Marketing, Can-Am Spyder. "By sponsoring seven already existing owners' events throughout the U.S. and Canada this year, we are maximizing the opportunity to connect with and positively impact as many owners and riders as possible."
The seven BRP-sponsored events in 2015 include:
For more information, including how to participate, click the embedded links above to visit the individual event websites.
In addition to the owners' events, the complete 2015 Can-Am Spyder line-up will appear at nine major motorcycle events in 2015, such as Americade in Lake George, NY, and Sturgis in Sturgis, South Dakota. The Can-Am Spyder demo tour will also stop in more than 150 cities until August, offering demo ride opportunities. For more information about all these events, visit the Can-Am Spyder blog or the Can-Am Spyder website and start planning your summer!
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