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    How come Can Am is not showing at the International Motor Show?

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    I am not a spokesperson for BRP, but it appears that they are no longer participating in most of those types of shows.

    Mixed opinions here on that subject.

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    Yeah, for whatever reason or reasons they pulled out years ago and went on product tours to selected dealerships.
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    Previously 2008 GS SM5 and 2014 RT SE6



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    I just came back from the Progressive IMS in Long Beach, Ca. BRP was not there. However most of the major MC manufacturers were there ie; Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Royal Infield, & H-D. Most all were offering demo rides, and H-D was promoting rides on the Livewire electric bike, which I did ride. Very quick and fun to ride, but not very compatible for a 70 year old with arthritic neck and knees. It is basically a bare bones sport bike priced at 30k.

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