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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-18-2011, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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Angel wanted the CanAm spyder. She refuses to do a motorcycle herself.

I happen to come across this the other day!

http://www.customsalley.com/venomss-products.html
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Looks like a 3 wheel Lotus.

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Angel wanted the CanAm spyder. She refuses to do a motorcycle herself.

I happen to come across this the other day!

http://www.customsalley.com/venomss-products.html
My wife's the same.

That thing is nice looking! Low center of gravity should help it beat the can-am spyder at least when it comes to handling.

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Diamond - They have a number of those around here. They really seem more like a superfast go cart than they do any type of bike (even a can-am) since you sit SO low in them. Make CERTAIN she is comfortable sitting SO low. You really can NOT see ANYTHING down there and IMHO are more dangerous than a bike. They DO look cool though. I'll try to see if I can find some pics from one of the weekly bike nights with pics of the ones people own around here.




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Please post the pics. Angel is only 5'2 so that could be a factor.
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looks like a cage to me.
Maybe I'm being a snob, but if it has more than 2 wheels, it might as well be a convertable. At least you get more trunk space. Seriously, part of the fun of riding a motorcycle is the skill it takes and how you must remain "present" at all times.
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The Canam spyder is a money pit - with to many computers and sensors that constantly throw codes - and the only place you can have it worked on is the dealer.....only fun in a straight line, turns are a struggle and it has 5500 rpm at 65 in 5th gear(30mpg). Been there, don't go there. Cool concept and they are working on one that would lean in the corners that might be a winner if they loose all the electronics that make it a time bomb

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that machine looks stupid fast!!! i bet its fun to drive. i would probably get a dune buggy first tho

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