2024 Can-Am Spyder and Ryker Model Updates Announced

Dennis Chung
by Dennis Chung

Apple CarPlay and the return of the Spyder F3-S

2024 can am spyder and ryker model updates announced

Bombardier Recreational Products announced updates to its 2024 Can-Am on-road lineup, including a new 10.25” display with Apple CarPlay for its Spyder F3 and RT models, and visual updates across the lineup.

The big update for the 2024 Spyder range is the new 10.25” TFT touchscreen display on the RT and F3 models, replacing the previous 7.8” LCD screen. Besides adding more screen area and touch inputs, the display is woven into the RP Connect platform and is Apple CarPlay compatible to work with iPhone users. Android users can still connect to the infotainment system via Bluetooth, but they will only have access to audio features like music or turn-by-turn navigation.

2024 can am spyder and ryker model updates announced

For the touring models with audio systems, the 2024 range now has the antennas integrated into the body for a sleeker look.

2024 Can-Am Spyder F3 Range

2024 can am spyder and ryker model updates announced

For 2024, the Can-Am Spyder F3 lineup is a little more streamlined, dropping the base model in favor of the returning F3-S. Only available in 2023 as a “Special Series”, the F3-S returns as a regular model and the only “naked” member of the F3 line. The more touring-oriented F3-T, F3 Limited, and F3 Limited Special Series are also returning.

All F3 models receive updated LED headlights. The new light fits the same space as the old halogen lighting, but with updated trim, giving them a more contemporary appearance. All 2024 F3 models will also receive the Super Sport Grill that was previously standard on the F3-S.

2024 can am spyder and ryker model updates announced

The F3-S comes in a Monolith Black color with black 10-spoke wheels and a red frame, with pricing starting at $27,599. The 2024 Spyder F3-T comes in a turquoise-looking Petrol Metallic or Pearl White, starting at $30,999. The F3 Limited starts at $34,899 and comes in four color options: Steel Black Metallic with platinum wheels, Monolith Black Satin with dark wheels, Plasma Red with platinum wheels, or Petrol Metallic with dark wheels. The F3 Limited Special Series comes in a Cognac Metallic with carbon black-colored parts and trim, with a starting MSRP of $38,099.

2024 Can-Am Spyder RT Range

2024 can am spyder and ryker model updates announced

The more comfortable touring-oriented 2024 Can-Am Spyder RT line-up returns with three models, the regular RT, the RT Limited, and the top-of-the-line RT Sea-to-Sky. Already equipped with LED headlights, the changes to the RT range are relatively small, with the 10.25” screen and hidden antennas being the most notable differences compared to 2023.

The base model 2024 Spyder RT comes in Hyper Silver or Petrol Metallic, with pricing beginning at $26,599. The RT Limited with the passenger backrest and topcase brings the starting price up to $34,499 in a choice of Carbon Black, Hyper Silver, Petrol Metallic, and the reddish Deep Marsala Metallic.

For 2024, the exclusive Spyder RT Sea-to-Sky comes in a new Vegas White Satin with mocha wheels, seat backs and stitching.

2024 Can-Am Ryker Range

2024 can am spyder and ryker model updates announced

The entry-level Ryker lineup also returns relatively unchanged for 2024. The base model Ryker is again available with either a 600cc or 900cc engine, while the Ryker Sport and Ryker Rally come with the larger 900cc engine.

As in previous years, Can-Am offers a wide range of custom color panels for the Ryker models, with the new Diablo Red, Blue Abyss, Goblin Green, and Purple Galaxy added to the menu.

The base-level Ryker starts at $9,499 for the 600cc model, with the 900cc model pushing the price up to $11,299. The Ryker Sport starts at $12,499, while the more off-road capable Ryker Rally starts at $14,599.

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  • Mister Win Mister Win on Aug 23, 2023

    It took me a long time to admit how ugly these things are, but my God they're unattractive. And I'm a guy who LIKES three wheeled rides, but who wants a snowmobile that can't handle snow?

    I miss Campagna. The T-Rex and the V13R were perfect!

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    • BTRDAYZ BTRDAYZ on Aug 23, 2023

      Of the Can Am 3-Wheelers, the naked Spyder with it's exposed painted tubing is the most attractive. The Ryker isn't very attractive at all by comparison, but the customizable panels are nice. Took my wife to a Can Am sponsored 3 Day MSF 3-Wheeler course so she could try it and earn her 3 wheel motorcycle endorsement (which she did). It's a fun little ride for sure, and easier to ride than a scooter. Safer too.

  • Big Poppa Big Poppa on Aug 24, 2023

    After 30 years of riding 2-wheeled motorcycles I made the switch to 3-wheels last month. I don’t miss 2-wheels anywhere near as much as I thought I would.

    Looking at the 2024 line-up, I don’t see anything that has me regretting buying my 2023 F3 Limited instead of waiting for a 2024 model. While the addition of LED headlights on the F3 line-up is probably overdue, there are better looking aftermarket options IMHO. For anyone who’s looking to buy a new unit though, I think these updates make the 2024 models even more compelling, even with the price increases.

    Speaking of price increases, I believe the prices quoted in your article are Canadian dollars, not US dollars, Might want to double check and update accordingly if they are.