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Can-Am Spyder

Can-Am Spyder

Part motorcycle, part roaster, part four-wheeler — that's what comes to mind after one look at the 2008 Can-Am Spyder ($TBA). That, and "damn, that thing's sexy." Powered by a 990cc V-Twin engine, the Spyder also features a vehicle stability system that includes anti-lock brakes, traction control, and stability control systems. Its Y-architecture gives it a unique look with two wheels in the front and one in the rear, but it also brings into question whether or not you'll need a motorcycle license — best to make sure before taking a test drive. [Thanks, Jon]

  • Yamaha 2007 C3 Scooter

    With gas prices going up and up, scooters are a great alternative vehicle for in-town travel. The latest one we're looking at is the Yamaha 2007 C3 ($2000). A liquid-cooled, three-valve four-stroke engine keeps you running for a long time on just 1.2 gallons of gas, while the old-school "box" design does more than just look great — the underseat storage compartment holds up to nine gallons of gear. Add to the mix a motorcycle type fork and push-putton starting, and you've got a fine-looking vehicle that will get you around without breaking your bank account. [Thanks, Jon!]

  • Confederate B91 Wraith Motorcycle

    As cool as Harleys and crotch rockets are, sometimes it's best to have the most intriguing, original bike instead of the loudest or fastest. The B91 Wraith from Confederate Motorcycles ($55,000) is most definitely intriguing and original, featuring a design that is more 1900's than 2000's with a look that recalls board-track racers. On the mechanical side, the 410-pound bike has a 100-cubic-inch V-twin that produces more than 120 hp for those times when you really need to boogie. Handcrafted quality, exotic, retro looks and modern technology and materials — the best of all worlds.