This second series MX bike â€“ the MX-3 included key developments in suspension, with Can–Am following the trend with laid down shocks and greater fork travel.
Can–Am is a motorcycle production division of BRP, Bombardier Recreational Products, a Canadian corporation. In 1971, under the direction of American Gary Robison, working with a team of Canadian and Californian development technicians, Can–Am began development of motocross and enduro bikes using engines .
New Buchanan's stainless-steel spoke sets, front and rear, for 1974-'75 Can–Am motocross bikes. They fit the conical front hub to 21" rim, and the .
45 years later I'm back into Can–am. I even have plans to start vintage MX racing next year at 75–we'll see. $225 got me back in with a Craigslist ad showing this .