Can-Am Ryker: The joy of three wheels
Can-Am Ryker delivers an all-new experience of riding on three wheels. The company's foundation was laid back in 1937. Joseph-Armand Bombardier received the patent for a vehicle that can travel on snow. Then, in 1942, he founded his own Canadian company L'Auto-Neige Bombardier Limited. In 2003, under BRP, it became a stand-alone company with a portfolio of brands like Ski-Do, Lynx, Rotax, and Can-Am.
Furthermore, Can-Am Ryker opens the new way to ride three wheels with more confidence and attitude. The new way to explore on three wheels is simple; though you need the training to do so. The company also provides training for riding the Can-Am Ryker three-wheeler.
Can-Am Ryker features
The Ryker features UFIT System. This system adjusts the vehicle for the rider of any size. Its adjustable ergonomics features such as adjustable foot-pegs, handlebars, and brakes suits every rider. It is an industry-first customizable solution. So, its quick customization matches your riding style.
The high-performance Rotax engine delivers unbelievable power and economy at the same time. The engine is available with two options - the two-cylinder Rotax 600 ACE and three-cylinder Rotax 900 ACE. The Can-Am Ryker has optimized the center of gravity so you are in control all the time. The lower sitting position enhances the riding experience and on-road confidence. Hence, you can get most of its performance all the time.
The minimalist architecture with improved power-to-weight ratio brings more thrill while riding. The exposed mechanical elements add to the presence of the vehicle. The new experience and design elements enhance the riding pleasure. The Ryker also features two halogen headlamps with LED lights on the front fender. The Dual USB port and glovebox comes standard.
The Rotax 900 ACE version of Can-Am Ryker features the sports mode for experienced and performance oriented riders. In this mode, you can challenge the curves and perform controlled rear tire spins. The design of the Can-Am Ryker is infinitely customizable. So you can now change colors, change panels and add or remove accessories easily anytime. This design approach opens infinite opportunities to customize your ride.
Can-Am Ryker specifications
The Ryker features two engine options. The 600ACE is an inline, 2 cylinders, liquid-cooled engine with electronic fuel injection and electronic throttle control. The 900ACE comes with an inline, 3 cylinders, liquid-cooled engine with EFI and electronic throttle control.
The 600ACE puts out 50Hp power with 49.7Nm of torque while 900ACE delivers 82Hp of power and 79.1Nm of torque. The transmission is CVT transmission with reverse gear. The multilink mono swing-arm suspension at the rear gives comfort and confidence in corners. The rear suspension also comes with the preload adjustment. The 270mm disc with the two-piston floating caliper at the front gives enough braking power. The rear disc brake is 220mm with one-piston floating caliper.
The park-lock enables safe parking of your vehicle. This three-wheeler can carry only one rider. The fuel tank capacity is 20 liters. The storage capacity is 7 liters. The 600ACE has the ground clearance of 104mm and 900ACE has the ground clearance of 102mm. The dry weight of 600ACE and 900ACE is 270kg and 280kg respectively. The seat height on Rotax 600ACE is 599mm while 900ACE features a seat height of 597mm.
Safety and security features on your Ryker.
The 4.5" digital display provides all the information you need on the go. It shows speedometer, tachometer, odometer, gear, trips, distance to empty, engine lights, fuel gauge, and clock. The 900ACE variant has two riding modes ECO mode and Sports mode.
The Ryker also features stability control system, traction control system, ABS, Anti-theft system, and Hill Hold Control. Both the variants come with one-year limited warranty with warranty extension options.
In conclusion, Can-Am Ryker offers one of the best three-wheeler riding experience for enthusiasts all around the world. Can-Am will definitely lead this segment in the future.
Image courtesy: BRP
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