While BRP isn’t talking about the two-wheeled EV concept Jose’ Boisjoli rode onto the MGM Grand stage at the 2020 dealer meeting, they have plenty to say about the return of the Ryker to the 2020 line-up. The Ryker continues to shatter the accessibility barrier for ease of riding and price, and changes for the new model year focus on even more customization.
“The Can-Am Ryker has been a phenomenon since we unveiled it last year,”said Josée Perreault, Senior Vice-President, Can-Am On-Road at BRP. “It is cracking the code of how to grow the sport, which has been an industry-wide challenge for years. We are committed to democratizing the open road, and the Can-Am Ryker is proving to be an ideal vehicle to get it done, for both men and women across a wide range of ages.”
As part of the effort to bring in more riders, BRP is expanding its Rider Education Program (REP). The program partners with rider training facilities to provide classes on Can-Am 3-Wheel Vehicles. More than 18,000 people have completed Can-Am REP to date, and it is a near even split between men and women.