2017 Can-Am Spyder F3-S: Three-Wheel Muscular Motorcycle

Feb 22, 2017 01:46 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

The 2017 Can-Am Spyder F3-S is a three-wheel bike with a striking muscular style, relax custom riding position and performance desires. It incorporates another Daytona 500 Edition which offers Sport mode to take high-performance riding and even to take into an account controlled back wheel turns.

The motorbike is presented with Sport mode permitting drivers to perform controlled back tire turns, improving fun while keeping up vehicle security. At the point when initiated by the driver, the gauge shows Sports mode and footing control is deactivated.

The 2017 Can-Am Spyder F3-S is powered by a Rotax 1330 ACE in-line three cylinder engine and with a 1,330 cylinder capacity. It is transporting a claimed 115 horsepower and 96-pound foot of torque.

The motorcycle front bumpers accompany high-visibility LED lights and the front wheels highlight six-spoke machined profound black polished wheels outlined particularly for the Spyder F3. It features S-signature trim and a dark suede saddle with embossed knitting and red highlight stitching to give it that favor customized look.

The bike is designed with a raced inspired graphics and styling including black stripes and Daytona 500 logo. The unique version F3-S has a polished front wheel, race-motivated representation, and a drag style handlebar to ensure a truly customized riding experience.

As per statement by Car Scoops, the motorcycle foot-worked brake pedal incites the four-cylinder Brembo calipers in advance and a single pot caliper in back, and a stopping brake keeps it secure when stopped on an incline. The SCS and Traction Control System make it a step further by directing the motor power at the back wheel to safeguard contact-fix integrity. That is why the manufacturing plant gives the tools to monitor this irregular control.

The 2017 Can-Am Spyder F3-S comes with a different color such as Pure Magnesium Metallic, Oxford Blue Metallic, Circuit Yellow Metallic. It's available on the market with a starting selling price of $21,249.

 

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