Corbin develops armrests for Spyder passengers

Publish Date: 
Mar 5, 2013

HOLLISTER, Ca. - As the latest addition to Corbin’s modular lineup, the trunk armrests and cup holder for the 2010-2013 Can Am Spyder are built to give passengers a usable area for resting their elbows.

The cup holder is molded especially for Can Am armrests.

The armrests are designed for where a passenger’s arms naturally fall at their sides. Corbin reports that they’re also generously sized and shaped to allow for a wide range of body types. The armrests are angled outward to ease getting in and out of the passenger seat.

The armrests are reportedly built to work with the stock OE or the Corbin trunkrest. It also cautions that installation is a significant project that requires much of the trunk area to be disassembled — although, it doesn’t take special tools to do so, just time.

Corbin’s bolt-on cup holder is made to fit a wide variety of cups and bottle sizes. It’s vacuum formed with leather texture ABS to blend in and handle the elements.

Posted by Dennis Johnson