Travis Hallam, contract welder for Ghost Dust Fabrication Ltd. in Edson, Alberta, drives his 2016 Can-Am Outlander XTP 1000 to, from and for workby Kyle Born
David Lawrence, father of six-year-old mud-racing buddy Aiden Lawrence, travels from Sherwood Park, Alberta, across Canada to compete in ATV racesby Kyle Born
Tom Nguyen, founder of the Anmore Off Roaders, guides his neighbours of Anmore, B.C., to Moses Lake, Washington, every May long weekendby Kyle Born
BRP has expanded its line of Can-Am Defender utility-recreational side-by-side vehicles with the addition of the 2017 Can-Am Defender MAX family, offered in four different models.
Although it's not planned for production, the Can-Am Spyder concept vehicle unveiled by BRP at the Daytona International Speedway generated a lot of excitement.
BRP, the manufacturer of world-renowned motorized recreational vehicles and engines, will serve as the title sponsor for the 150-mile qualifying races for the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway (DIS), part of Speedweeks 2016.