2016 Can-Am Spyder F3-T

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A red Spyder F3 bagger with windshield and built-in saddlebags.

Silver, white, red and black metallic are the colour options available for the 2016 Spyder F3-T. — BRP photo

It’s been nine years since the first Y-shaped Spyder was released and since then, Can-Am has expanded the lineup significantly. Today, there are 13 different models and ride packages available. It is a good indication this segment of the motorcycle market is doing well, and soon there will be a Spyder for every kind of rider.

One of the latest models released is the 2016 Spyder F3-T. Categorized as a sport cruiser, the F3-T features the aggressive front-end styling and low-slung cruiser-style seat of last year’s F3 with the added benefits of a windshield and cargo space. With a new glove box and built-in saddlebags, this premium model offers 78 litres of storage space. It also has wide diameter shocks to soak up the bumps and an optional audio system.

A Limited version of the F3 is available as well, and it comes standard with the audio system. There are other goodies, too, such as heating grips, chrome front wheels, and “Limited” seat, trim and chrome accents.

For more info, see the website.

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