Cruisin and Styling "Optimus Prime" - 2010 Can Am Spyder

by Loretta
(North Carolina, USA)

2010 Can Am Spyder

2010 Can Am Spyder

This my own "transformer" he is sleek and he is comfortable! Spyder Can Am 2010 tourister...wowsa!! After years of wanting too..I broke down and did it..became a woman biker..and there is NO stopping me now!

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May 12, 2010
by: Loretta

We went and got the "bug" aka trailer yesterday! Ready to roll to a rally!

May 08, 2010
by: bluesport

I am so jealous I want one of these but The price OMG Have wait for now and keep my napkin to catch the drooling ;) Enjoy!!

May 08, 2010
Good for you!!
by: letsgoracin19

That is my favorite ride too! One day soon I will own my own. I like how you have converted yours, Optimus Prime, now that's a great name! travel the road safe!

May 08, 2010
My Boy
by: Loretta

In answer to the question he handles really well. Steering and general handling is a cinch. It took a bit to get used too but after a good ride I was set. Now I just have to get used to all the stares and being stopped for questions...lol.

We are picking up the trailer on this week...this thing is going to be great to tripping with.

May 08, 2010
Probably My Next Bike
by: MissT

Have a 750 Honda Shadow Aero right now but back and leg problems may force me to go to 3 wheels so that's my next bike. Love the specs and the matching trailer unit is well made too. Heck, then my boyfriend (a non-rider! odd couples do still happen) could actually ride with me. I won't double up on two wheels so that's our best bet for riding together.

May 08, 2010
by: Enola

How cool is that? Good for you! Enjoy, from one lady motorcyclist to another!!

May 08, 2010
How is the steering on corners?
by: Irene

We have a Yamaha 1300 V Star Tourer that we add a TowPak trike kit to. The bike was just too big for me to even touch the ground. We have one wheel in the front and 3 in the back. The trike kit can be removed and the motorcycle just ridden as a bike. It took us awhile to get used to cornering the trike. How is it with two wheels in the front? Looks like it has lots of power and fun to ride.

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