Plenty of comfort. Plenty of convenience. It’s the perfect touring vehicle for day trips that last all week long.
The performance you long for. The comfort and convenience you need. It’s street-savvy that’s still highway hungry.
Stunning through curves. And to the eye. It’s always up for a quick trip around town or a long weekend out of it.
Scenic roads, new friends and travel adventures have been part of the Spyder Five's Faran Hearyman's experience so far. But something happened late this summer that she didn't quite anticipate. Join her as she shares how the Spyder has taken her on an unexpected and meaningful journey.
Think you know everything there is to know about riding? Think again, as the Spyder Five's Fred Rau breaks down the 10 most essential touring components.
The Spyder Five's Mickey Fisher travels to upstate Indiana for some theater ... and also some extreme waterskiiing. When Mickey's in the saddle of his Spyder, you never know where he'll end up!
It's one of the essentials for a long Spyder ride — sunglasses. The Spyder Five's Fred Rau breaks down the different designs, colors and everything else you need to know.
The Ohio Spyder Ryders sure know how to have a good time. The Spyder Five's Mickey Fisher joined a group of 20 for a ride around the state, where they took in the views, made friends, and, of course, saw all the covered bridges.
The Spyder Five's Fred Rau isn't one to miss an opportunity. He traveled the High Sierra one last time before winter and brought back with him a video filled with twists, turns, mountains and more you won't find anywhere else.
The Spyder Five's Lamont Bryden traveled to Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach to check out the scene. Here's his latest blog.
The Spyder Five's Mickey Fisher takes a trip to Cincinnati to explore the sights, sounds and thrill rides of King's Island Theme Park.
In honor of our 20,000 Facebook fans, we decided to give away 20 free Can-Am hats to the best captions in our latest Caption Contest. Look to see if you or your favorites made the cut!
The Spyder Five's Fred Rau found an especially cool way to clean off his Spyder — a group of enthusiastic sixth-graders were more than up to the task.