Part of the Canadian industrial giant Bombardier, Can-Am dual-sport and MX bikes rocketed into the 1970s like a meteor, then vaporized by the mid-1980s. Decades later the brand reemerged, this time offering a unique three-wheel Can-Am motorcycle called the Spyder. With its tricycle stance, fat tires, and electronic stability control, fans championed the Spyder as a more confident and comfortable form of motorcycling, while detractors argued that such roadsters are just too big and wide. Regardless of which logic you like, Can-Am has definitely found a sweet spot with the Spyder, and since its debut in 2007, the model range has advanced significantly. The lineup now includes the V-twin powered Spyder RS and Spyder ST, and the Spyder RT touring rig with its new inline-triple engine. All models are available with multiple feature packages.