canam Archive

  • CanAm Spyder riding instructions

    Left hand side of the CanAm Spyder Normal motorcycle controls are located on the left handlebar including indicators, headlights, horns. The indicators are self cancelling, but like a car it sometimes needs some assistance ie a quick press of the button to cancel. Remember not […]

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  • CanAm Spyder Roadster Recall

    Just to let everyone know (in case you are like me and don’t get correspondence from CanAm) there is a recall on the DPS- Direct Power Steering for CanAm Spyder’s. Make sure you get in contact with your dealer and get added to the list, […]

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  • Read about the Motographers ride in the latest issue of Cruiser & Trike

    Sunny, the motographer, who covered some of the East Coast of Australia’s best motorcycling roads, review and awesome pics of the Spyder are featured in the current issue of Australian Road Rider Cruiser & Trike. Pick up a copy from your local newsagent or check […]

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  • Spyder Ryder on Getaway Channel 9

    After much anticipation the confirmed date for Spyder Ryder Australia’s segment on Getaway is Thursday 22nd July 2010. Getaway airs weekly Thursday nights at 7:30pm on Channel 9/NBN. Getaway is an Australian travel program. We filmed the segment with the gorgeous Natalie Gruzlewski (noone said my […]

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  • New YouTube Videos

    Have just added some HD videos of the Spyder, one thanks to my new Kodak ZX1 camera and one of the photos taken on the spyderdownunder.com trip by Sunny. More to come in the near future. Have a look at our other videos on our […]

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  • Learn to ride the CanAm Spyder

    In this BLOG we will be sharing the tips I give to my customers when it comes to riding the CanAm Spyder. The Spyder only has a couple of controls in common with your traditional two-wheeled bike they are- the twist grip throttle, starter button, […]

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  • Can-Am Spyder Tech

    You have read the reviews and heard that the Spyder is fitted with more acronyms than the periodic table- VSS, ABS, TCS etc. etc. but what are they and how  do they make the Spyder unlike, and possibly better, than whatever else it is you are […]

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  • Why the CanAm Spyder is good for returning riders

    So with all the “returning” riders coming into the market in Australia in recent times I thought it relevant to discuss why the Spyder Roadster would make a good bike for them (yes some of you don’t think the Spyder is a bike, but don’t […]

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  • 10,000km Service

    One of the bikes (the one used on spyderdownunder.com) has just received it’s 10,000km service thanks to Brisbane Spyder/Springwood Suzuki. The other bike is fast approaching. Main items the dealer attended to at the service were oil & filters of course, checked valve clearances, and […]

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  • Spyder Experience is back

    BRP CanAm’s successful Spyder Experience is back again in 2010. The Spyder Experience gets you on the CanAm Spyder Roadster RT or RS for about an hour. You can register here and once you have had a small taste and want more you can book […]

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