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Can-Am Spyder RS


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1st generation Spyder COE under bike catergory though i heard d newer touring version now in debate as it weighs over 400kg.

HDB/URA parking last i remember is u need to take/pay for 2 lots, not allowed to park in car lots doe some do esp in shopping malls..

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Yes, its considered a bike, so its a bike COE. As for parking, need to park in bike lot and pay 2 coupons since it takes up 2 lots.

The touring one is the RT, much similar to Goldwing on 3 wheels, and last I heard from the agent that its still pending LTA approval.

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Yes, its considered a bike, so its a bike COE. As for parking, need to park in bike lot and pay 2 coupons since it takes up 2 lots.

The touring one is the RT, much similar to Goldwing on 3 wheels, and last I heard from the agent that its still pending LTA approval.

 

so are you one of the rider ? or agent / sales person ?

 

I saw in Motoculture mag interview that Can-am is not targeting for hardcore motorcyclist, but they are targeting for those who wants to ride but scare to be on 2 wheels ...

 

well.. definitely not for me... :)

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yes, the leg down instinct at the lights is sometime very awkard.

 

when u come to a stop and dont have yr leg down, u have a sick gut feel that you might tip over as u still think ure on 2 wheels

Most people go through life following the crowd.

 

Others think for themselves.

 

They go their own way.

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yes, the leg down instinct at the lights is sometime very awkard.

 

when u come to a stop and dont have yr leg down, u have a sick gut feel that you might tip over as u still think ure on 2 wheels

 

how nice if sg approves those ATVs like those in Darkar..

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how nice if sg approves those ATVs like those in Darkar..

 

Since we are dreaming..... :) I am hoping for the KTM X-Bow extreme version with the 300hp 2L turbocharged Audi donk.

Most people go through life following the crowd.

 

Others think for themselves.

 

They go their own way.

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Spyder. Definitely good for long dist touring up North. Should be nice on the NSH. Less fatigue. No worries about tipping over.

 

But I think going up Cameron or Genting, it won't be that fun. Can't bank and hit the corners like a regular bike.

Hell in SG traffic for sure. Can't squeeze or lanesplit.

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Since we are dreaming..... :) I am hoping for the KTM X-Bow extreme version with the 300hp 2L turbocharged Audi donk.

 

I want one of these....

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http://www.evo.co.uk/videos/planetevovideos/246469/monotracer.html

 

Look at that! Highside without injury. :p

 

But they're so damned expensive! ROFL.

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Spyder. Definitely good for long dist touring up North. Should be nice on the NSH. Less fatigue. No worries about tipping over.

 

But I think going up Cameron or Genting, it won't be that fun. Can't bank and hit the corners like a regular bike.

Hell in SG traffic for sure. Can't squeeze or lanesplit.

 

You are right on... the pros is you got less fatigue from the spyder on long distance, but does not handle that well on the twisties though. And it also can't squeeze between lanes in Sg traffic.. so give and take.. hahaha... :cool:

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You are right on... the pros is you got less fatigue from the spyder on long distance, but does not handle that well on the twisties though. And it also can't squeeze between lanes in Sg traffic.. so give and take.. hahaha... :cool:

 

Plus you can get that snazzy trailer on the Roadster. For a good long distance country highway, definitely a big plus if you're going to rural areas or a camping trip.

http://spyder.brp.com/GearsAccessories/en-US/Product-Detail/PC_1

 

Dunno if that's legal in SG.

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Plus you can get that snazzy trailer on the Roadster. For a good long distance country highway, definitely a big plus if you're going to rural areas or a camping trip.

http://spyder.brp.com/GearsAccessories/en-US/Product-Detail/PC_1

 

Dunno if that's legal in SG.

 

That trailer is actually meant for the Spyder RT, which is not available in Sg yet.

And you might be right, this trailer might not be legal in Sg though. ;)

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