Discover Can‑Am

We ride from open road to open country, and everywhere in between.

We're born in Canada and driven worldwide. The Can‑Am vehicles come from a country that proudly boasts some of the toughest conditions and the most scenic roads. Strong heritage for unique experiences. Join a diverse community of Can‑Am riders, united by a passion for the outdoors.

Our roots run deep

Our story was sparked when Canadian inventor Joseph‑Armand Bombardier created the world's first tracked snow vehicle, the 1937 B7 snowmobile. In 2003, Can‑Am Off-Road launched its first modern, dedicated off-road vehicle to acclaim. Leading engineering, strong reliability, proven racing success, and exclusive Rotax engine lineup mean our journeys together will continue far beyond 2023.

We can all ride

Grab life by the handlebars and experience limitless freedom on the road with a Can‑Am 3-wheel vehicle that’s as easy to ride as it is exhilarating. With a quick learning curve to riding, all you have to worry about is conquering the curves on the road. Immerse yourself in an exclusive fusion of open-air riding that brings together comfort and added safety.



History Remade


50 Years of Wild Can‑Am Rides

We’ve turned 50! Celebrate bold adventures, Can‑Am innovations, fun playgrounds and new ways to move the world. You know the best part? We’re just getting started.

The future is electric

All-new, all-electric. With two thrilling new options to take you from the city streets and beyond, the next generation of Can‑Am motorcycles is one you don’t want to miss.



More about the ride


Getting started

What you need to know before you go!

Find all the information, along with helpful tips from our pros that explain exactly what you need to know before buying or riding a Can‑Am vehicle!

We're here for you

Online resource for Can‑Am owners

Consult our Owner zones to discover how-to's, 3-wheel, SSV & ATV maintenance tips, or how to get the most our of your rides

BRP's Responsible Rider program

It's all about terrain, safety, etiquette and environment

Whether you’re riding on the trails, in the mountains, on the dunes or the roads, respecting riding etiquette, environment, safety and terrain are vital in order to enjoy your adventures on wheels