When you first start riding, it can be a little nerve-wracking to hit the road on your own. How do you know if you've picked an appropriate route for your skill level? How will you pick up new skills and techniques? Whether you just picked up your first Can-Am vehicle or you've been riding for years, there's so much to gain from joining a 3-wheel vehicle motorcycle riding group. In this piece, we'll be exploring the many benefits of getting involved with a group, and how you can find a crew to ride with.
3 REASONS TO JOIN A CAN-AM SPYDER OR RYKER RIDING GROUP
ALWAYS HAVE A RIDE ON DECK
Groups like these are constantly organizing different rides for everyone to enjoy, making for a great way to discover new roads and routes. More experienced riders are sure to know all of the most scenic spots in your area, as well as how to get there safely. These rides are also guaranteed to be suitable for your specific type of vehicle, whether it's a Can-Am Ryker, Spyder, or other 3-wheel vehicle.
LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR HOBBY
Next up, riding groups are a great way to meet others who enjoy the same things you do. Like any hobby group that unites people around a common interest, you're sure to pick up tons of tips, tricks, and insight from riders who have been enjoying the open road for years.
MAKE NEW CONNECTIONS
Just like any other team sport or activity, the bonding that happens within a riding group is awesome. If you're looking to make some new friends in a face-to-face environment, this is a great way to connect with like-minded folks. Plus, everyone knows that bonding is best enjoyed with fresh air and sunshine!
HOW TO FIND YOUR PERFECT MATCH
So, how do you find a 3-wheel vehicle group to join? You can start by looking online, especially on Facebook or other rider-specific forums. Can-Am even has a Women of On-Road network. You should also ask your dealer about any resources they might be able to share; you'd be surprised how connected they are within the riding community. Hitting the open road solo is, of course, an incredible feeling – but doing so as part of a riding group is an entirely different experience, and one that is certainly worth trying.