National Team
Directorship
  • Executive Director
    • Ken Miller
  • National Director
    • George Parry

Management Team

  • George Parry
  • Kathy Fletcher
  • Katlyn Gommerman
  • Paul Beecher

Web Master

  • Justin Pulsipher

Here is the updated Chapter map….
(Also available on the Chapter Map Page http://www.spyderryderofamerica.com/chapter-map/ )

Learn to ryde for Only $125

From the BRP Can-Am website:

If you’ve ever dreamed of an open road adventure, then the Can-Am Spyder Rider Education Program is your path to reality!

Certified instructors will share their expertise for you to receive the training fundamentals required to successfully complete the course and obtain your 3-wheel motorcycle endorsement. A Can-Am Spyder will be provided for the duration of the course at no extra cost.

You will receive theoretical and practical essentials worth months of riding experience:

  • how to minimize risk and handle special situations
  • basic vehicle control
  • throttle control
  • straight line riding
  • stopping
  • turning and shifting
  • advanced skills like stopping quickly and evasive maneuvering

In most states, both the knowledge test & skills test can be taken at your local riding school waiving the DMV requirements.

There’s never been a better time to Learn To Ride.

Go HERE for more details

 

Spyder Ryders from all over the US and a few from Canada converged in Tombstone Arizona for the first Winter Ryde-In.

According to organizer Pete Nixon about 75 Spyders and 105 Ryders came to enjoy the wonderful weather, open roads and historical sights of southern Arizona.

The Event was held at American Legion Post 24 in Tombstone, a city with a rich history and the location of the infamous Gunfight at the OK Corral in 1881.

Pete and his team of four helped plan some great group rydes (and some self-led rydes too), a few meet and greets and hosted several vendors to provide attendees with time to ryde as well as socialize and meet other ryders and farkle their rydes and themselves…

Spyder Ryder of America is looking forward to future Ryde-Ins in Arizona from Pete and his team.

Spyder Ryder of America would like to welcome our newest chapter based in Gloucester Virginia

The Dragon Run Chapter. We are thrilled to have them as a part or the SRA Family.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/252303905299381/

Another year, another successful event!!  The 7th Annual Western Regional Can-Am Spyder Rally in Southern Utah (Red Rock Spyder Rally) welcomed nearly 300 ryders to this year’s event along with over a dozen vendors.  A HUGE thank you to all of the volunteers and vendors at this event, it cannot be done without you!!!

If you haven’t yet heard, it was announced during the farewell banquet that the event coordinator for the Western Regional Can-Am Spyder Rallies will be taking 2018 off to recharge and plan a bigger and better event in 2019!!!

The Western Regional Can-Am Spyder Rallies will be expanding yet again for the 2019 rally season with another new venue and event (no name for the event yet).  Motorcycling adventure clothing and riding gear manufacturer, KLIM, has offered use of their facility for the 2019 event.  KLIM is located approximately 10 minutes north of Idaho Falls, ID, which will play host to the 8th Annual Western Regional Can-Am Spyder Rally in 2019.

The Idaho Falls area will allow for visitors to explore the Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, WY, Craters of the Moon National Park, and Yellowstone National Park.  We are super excited about this new event!!

In the meantime, check out the Deadwood Three Wheeler Rally in South Dakota to be held July 10th to 15th in 2018.   Dates for the 2019 event are tentatively set for August 27 – 30, 2019.  Host hotel(s) and event info will be posted once available.

Hope you all have a safe and joyous New Year and riding season in 2018, and hope to see you all at Deadwood in 2018, and then at our 2019 event!!  Spyder on!!!!

from the Western Regional Can-Am Spyder Rally 2017 Committee

 

 

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