Horsepower has long been the magic word associated with Can-Am. This year's 370 has it in aces: it's the strongest 1979 motocrosser Cycle has tested.
Can-Am's explosive power has been subdued, and the suspension improved. The MX4 challenges the Japanese 250s in every category except one: price.
Suitable for leading a pack of kids on minis or chasing an ISDT Gold Medal.
Whether you buy it for motocross, scrambles or just splashing around, the MX-2 will continually amaze you - and everyone who owns a 250.
No motorcycle can be All Things for All People. Can-Am knows that, and they've designed their Qualifier to be fast, comfortable and stable at high speed. That leads us to ask: How much does the typical enduro have in common with a Two Day Trials?
Can-Ams have long been known for their insuperable engines and ineffectual handling. But things are different now. The new Qualifier retains its stout heart, yet handles like a motocrosser, thanks to its MX-4 chassis and fine suspension components. The Q-II is a thoroughly competent Enduro bike for the thoroughly competent rider. And guess what? It's priced right!