A new way to ride the open road is available for those who yearn for something different.

Can-Am Spyder roadster manufactured by Ski-Doo and Sea-Doo creators BRP is a new vehicle. It incorporates an advanced Y-architecture layout; one wheel in the front and two in the back. The stylish new three-wheeler has received positive reviews from magazines such as Automobile and Cycle World. It is now available at North American dealerships.

This vehicle combines the open-air advantages of a motorcycle and the safety of a traditional roadster. The vehicle has attracted the attention of adrenaline-seekers looking for an innovative way to feel the thrills of open road driving. The Spyder roadster also features vehicle stability with anti-lock brake, traction control, and stability control with rollover mitigation. You will also find a rear storage compartment and a transmission-based reversing system – features you won’t see in a three-wheeled vehicle.

“Since its official public unveiling in February of this year, the Spyder has been a hot topic among powersport enthusiasts, open-road newcomers and the media alike,”Chris Dawson, the Spyder Program Director at BRP, said this. “In fact, during the worldwide launch event in San Diego, Jay Leno made a personal request for the first Spyder off the production line -; and we’re certain it will be a great addition to his famed garage.”

Spyder roadsters are powered by the ROTAX990 V-Twin engine. It produces 106 horsepower and can reach speeds of 110 MPH. The Spyder roadster is currently available with a 5-speed manual transmission. In 2008, an electronic, clutchless version, will be offered. Spyder roadsters can carry up to two passengers and come with many options for add-ons, including a backrest or rear rack, custom wheel kits, and racing exhaust pipe. These vehicles will soon be a hit on the streets and freeways thanks to the modernization of the Can-Am roadster.

The Can-Am Spyder roadster costs $14,999 Visit www.can-am-spyder.com for more information. www.tryspyder.com.