March 18, 2009

MUST SEE! BRP Can-Am Spyder Roadster

Okay, I know they say that BEAUTY is in the EYE of the beholder! Well this roadster has my full attention!!! It is a Can-Am Spyder Roadster made by BRP the company who brought us the Sea-Doo and the Ski-Doo. Please click here to get more details about these two models.

I have ALWAYS wanted a motorcycle. I had my eye set on a Yamaha. But every time I came close to buying one, I would hear about an awful motorcycle accident or drive by one. That was a sign for me that no matter how careful a driver I was, there would always be that possibility that somebody else wasn't paying attention.

Anyhoo, this my friends is a THREE-WHEELER!!! I've seen people driving these around my neighborhood as I watched in amazement. At first I thought it was a prototype. Now I know it is available on the market! Woohoo! I will be test driving one of these this weekend for the fun of it. You never know, it just might make it on my wish list?!?!?! This is one of the coolest looking piece of machinery I've seen in a long while. Plus, it is economically efficient and environmentally progressive. The Spyder roadster meets or exceeds all EPA/CARB environmental regulations.


INNOVATION Delivering Passion
[We need more of these types of companies]

Ever since J.-A. Bombardier founded the company in 1942, our name has been synonymous with quality and creativity. His pioneering spirit is a legacy that has kept us growing and exploring new frontiers. Today, in the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific, more than 6,500 people are keeping the spirit alive in all of our recreational vehicles and products.

At BRP, innovation and passion are at the heart of our commitment, our products, and our brands. Whether it be our Sea-Doo® watercraft and sport boats; our Ski-Doo® and Lynx® snowmobiles; our Rotax® karts and engines; our Can-Am ATVs or our Evinrude® and Johnson® outboard engines, these values come alive through technology and design, inspired by a single and common compelling mission: to deliver to consumers the most extraordinary recreational experience.

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