Brought to you by Bombardier Recreational Products, the Can-Am Spyder was released in 2007. Its design is a fusion of the modern snowmobile with an ATV-like chassis, driven by a single rear-drive wheel, and using two wheels at the front for steering and stability. The stability is further improved by a stability system, or VSS, that continuously monitors the position of the wheels, and is able to intervene if one of your front wheels lifts off of the ground, applying brakes and cutting the engine on your outer wheel. Developed by a team of more than 30 Bombardier engineers, technicians, designers, mechanics and buyers out in Valcourt, Quebec, the final product is truly a masterpiece of engineering.

With a price comparable to a standard motorcycle, and equipped with a variety of safety features including traction and stability control, anti-lock brakes and the added stability of the three-wheel layout, the Spyder gives you tremendous value for a relatively low price. Most US states require that the Spyder be licensed as a motorcycle, though it is in fact much easier to learn to drive, giving you great confidence when riding.