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#1 Amr

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Posted 2012-08-02 11:31:46

Good day all, does any one knows if the can-am spyder bikes are sold in thailand and where and how much it's sold for? Thanks

#2 cmbe

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Posted 2012-08-09 01:09:33

Siamwatercraft(sale jet ski, boat and Can-am spider bike), Ladprao 71, full price 1,240,000 and it is promotion now discount 250,000 baht , it is mean you can buy for 990,000 baht but I do not know until when for this promotion.
http://www.siamwater...t.com/boats.php

#3 Garry

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Posted 2012-08-09 02:32:49

I saw two police versions at CMBW last year. Prefer the sports versions. Look like they could shift & handle pretty good.


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#4 stevemcfish

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Posted 2012-08-09 08:00:58

Call me can-am spyder bikes
870,000 baht


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Posted 2012-08-09 08:06:04

Has anybody actually riden one and is the experience much different to a normal two wheeled bike? They look an interesting design and i have seen a couple of custom bikes from the States based on the same principals, What would the registration implications be in Thailand getting them legally onto the road ?

#6 loserlazer

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Posted 2012-08-09 11:42:48

are they totally legal to ride in Thailand?
All i know some other three wheelers are not.
Yes, i know, two wheels are at the front not at the rear but are there any problem regarding this?

#7 karlos

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Posted 2012-08-09 17:46:47

as wide as a small car and with no aircon...... Not my cup of tea but i guess it could be a cracking little machine out in the country :)

#8 mrclough

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Posted 2012-08-09 18:43:09

I'd heard that they were all recalled as the Thai authorities refused to give them a legal classification and therefore could not legally be used on the roads. Obviously there will probably be numerous loopholes and ways around this issue if indeed there is any truth to it.
Only what I heard.
I did see one on the Chiang Mai Toy Ride this year. Really nice looking bike and went like stink.
Would imagine it to be a bit of a handful but should be stable enough looking at the design.

#9 Garry

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Posted 2012-08-09 21:28:48

Photo from CMBW awhile back :)


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#10 YipYipYa123

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Posted 2012-08-10 02:09:30

they are surprisingly very quick for a 3 wheeler
i was beside one at traffic lights on a versys and we both took off at the same time and it seemed
to accelerate as fast as me but i had a passenger and we were on public roads so couldnt get a real test

#11 BSJ

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Posted 2012-08-10 07:23:40

For that sort of money I'd rather have a car with air-con, which would be infinitisimally better if stuck in traffic on a stinker of a day!

#12 stevemcfish

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Posted 2012-08-10 07:57:59

For that sort of money I'd rather have a car with air-con, which would be infinitisimally better if stuck in traffic on a stinker of a day!


yeah, but some of those biker don't think like this :)

#13 BSJ

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Posted 2012-08-11 20:46:29


For that sort of money I'd rather have a car with air-con, which would be infinitisimally better if stuck in traffic on a stinker of a day!


yeah, but some of those biker don't think like this Posted Image


Yer, your right! It's only silly old me who puts comfort before pose value.

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Posted 2012-08-18 08:07:17

I really want to buy a used or new (within a acceptable price) CAN-AM Spyder RT-S SE5 or RS SE5 (with automatic gear) in Thailand.
Do you know where to find it ? Please give me some information about it !





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