BRP launches Can-Am Ryker with an adrenaline-fuelled experience

BRP invited some of Australia’s motoring experts and thrill seekers to trial the new 3-wheeled Can-Am Ryker before it hits Australian shores later this year.

The Can-Am Ryker is looking to shake up the motor industry with an accessible, fun, and customisable driving experience like no other. The Can-Am Ryker is available with either a two-cylinder Rotax 600 or a three-cylinder Rotax 900 – with the former only requiring a learner’s licence.

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Select media were invited to meet at Bondi golf course where they were treated to a scenic helicopter flight over Sydney Harbour and taken to a racing track in Eastern Creek.

Once at Eastern Creek, the media were introduced to the Can-Am Ryker. Can-Am set out to demonstrate the Ryker’s near limitless customizability, providing each guest with bespoke branded panels – allowing media to personalise the vehicle by changing (snapping-on/snapping-off) the panels before taking it around the race track.


Each guest had numerous opportunities to ride the Ryker around the track and test the vehicle’s stable and easy-to-ride nature. After trialling the Ryker ’s abilities and functions, media were then escorted back to the helicopter and returned to Bondi.

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Guests were blown away by this new offering with follow up articles stating:

“It’s a trike that looks as cool as any motorcycle, performs much like a motorcycle and provides the same open-air experience of a motorcycle, yet is easier and safer to ride than a conventional two-wheeled machine.” The Sydney Morning Herald, Drive

“Can-Am’s Ryker is some of the most fun you can have on the road.”Boss Hunting

Key media in attendance included The Sydney Morning Herald – Drive, Men’s Health, Man of Many, Boss Hunting, Australian Motorcycle News and Nova (Matt De Groot and Matty J).