ATV manufacturer Can-Am, a brand owned by Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) is returning to it’s motorcycle roots.
Can-Am known for its high performance motocross dirt bikes stopped motorcycle manufacturing in 1987. The brand was reintroduced after 19 years in 2006 as an all terrain vehicle manufacturer.
BRP announces Can-Am’s return to motorcycle arena by showing off two electric prototypes. The adventure bike dubbed “Origin” and the naked sportsbike “Pulse”. Both models share the Rotax EPOWER architecture and are equipped with single-sided swingarms, large dashboard screens and LED lighting.