Three-wheeled motorcycles are the new wave versions of H.G. Wells’ time machine as more and more baby vroomers take to the roads to re-experience their youth or to find it for the first time.
In 1998, the average age of a motorcyclist was 33.1 rising to 40.2 in 2003 and now up at 48. Motorcycle riders today are generally older and richer than they were in the past. Baby Boomers have the money to purchase a top-drawer motorcycle and ample amount of time to ride it. And, what’s widening the demographic road for graying bikers is the popularity of the trike with manufacturers courting senior bikers.
If you’re a senior looking to experience for the first time or return to the world of motorcycling, Can Am can have you looking like a 21st century George Jetson on a space-age looking bike with a sophisticated suspension and tip-avoidance stability.