SEE YOU AT THE CROSSROADS

The origins of the Delta Blues

Welcome to Episode 3 of Common Tread. Rolling Stone correspondent Clint Carter rides a Can-Am Spyder F3-T to Clarksdale, Mississippi to uncover the history of the Delta Blues. Stops include the Delta Blues Museum and a performance from award-winning blues guitarist Christone “Kingfish” Ingram.

LEGEND IN THE MAKING

The Spyder F3-T rides the Mississippi Delta

The Can-Am Spyder F3-T creates its own legend in the heart of blues country with its unreal performance, bold, muscular look, plus a premium four-speaker sound system -- perfect for listening to the blues.

COMFORT ON THE ROAD

On long rides, you’ll appreciate the added wind protection and convenience from the sport windshield, integrated side mirrors and glove box.

GO THE EXTRA MILE

Bring more thanks to the trademark lockable and watertight front compartment and two stylish hard-side luggage cases for a total of 21 Gal (78 L) of cargo capacity.

AUDIO SYSTEM

Our 4-speaker sound system with audio control keypad comes equipped with radio, USB, Bluetooth† and 1/8” (3.5 mm) audio inputs so you can listen to your favorite music from any device.

COMING UP ON COMMON TREAD

Going up the country

In our next episode Clint and his wife Kiera ride the striking Can-Am Spyder RT Sea-to-Sky to Woodstock, New York, home to famous musicians and downhome recording studios.

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