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About CAN-AM/ BRP
Can-Am Motorcycle is a subsidiary of the Canadian company BRP. Its motorcycles have surely redefined the way people ride, adding comfort, style, and pride to recreational riding. The story of the imaginative company began in 1971, when Gary Robinson, together with his team of technicians embarked on a mission to produce Enduro and Motorcross bikes.
Production began in 1973 and the machines were incredibly amazing in design and power. In 1974, Can-Am took all the podium positions in the 250 cc category at the AMA Motocross National Championship. It also posted a brilliant performance in the International Six Days Trial competitions scooping Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. Can-Am had contracted Rotax Company to model its engines, which used a compact rotary disc system - a peculiar intake style. The design ingenuity of the engines gave Can-Am an edge over its opponents’ in the competitions.
The genesis of Can-Am came at a time when the parent company was streamlining its productions focusing on the aviation industry. With minimal investment input in the Can-Am division, Bombardier licensed its productions to a London based company called the Armstrong-CCM Motorcycle. The production of Can-Am motorcycle was discontinued in 1987.
In 2007, BRP reintroduced the Can-Am brand on a fresh and sleek looking three-wheeled motorcycle. The machine was modified with remarkable technological advancements including traction control and the antilock braking system mounted on a chassis that resembles those in ATVs. The infamous Spyder roadster is an imposing and sophisticated machine that has earned it the name snowmobile on wheels. Some of the most iconic models include the Spyder RS -sports version, the Spyder RT - touring version, the Spyder ST - a concoction of sport and touring version and the Spyder F3 - a fusion of sport and cruising version.
The business ventured on a brilliant project of producing affordable versions known as the Can-Am Ryker. The models are available in 600cc and 900cc engines with a slightly lower seating configuration than the Spyder F3 cruiser version.
Supported VIN CHECK FOR CAN-AM/ BRP Models
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Spyder||2007 - present||58|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Outlander||2004 - present||179|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Renegade||2005 - present||24|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||DS||2004 - present||51|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||OUTLANDER 650||2005 - 2013||13|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Rally||2004 - 2007||3|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Maverick||2012 - 2015||18|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Commander||2010 - 2015||30|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||OUTLANDER 400||2004 - 2011||8|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||OUTLANDER 800||2005 - 2006||4|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Traxter||2004 - 2005||6|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||GP 250||1975 - 1977||1|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||250 Road Racer||1984 - 1985||1|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||Sarasota||2004 - 2005||1|
|CAN-AM/ BRP||MX-1||1973 - 1974||1|
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