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May 21: Spyder ride/meet-and-greet with Indy Driver Arie Luyendyk!

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May 12, 2008, Spyder Announcements

BRP would like to invite all Spyder owners to join together for a special event in Indianapolis, Indiana on May 21, 2008. The event will feature a scenic road trip around historic Indianapolis and a chance to meet famed Indy car driver Arie Luyendyk.

Arie Luyendyk is a legendary auto racing driver and twice winner of the Indianapolis 500 in 1990 and 1997. His accolades include 1985 Rookie of the Year as well as Rookie of the Indianapolis 500, and he has been a three-time participant in the International Race of Champions.

This event is open to all members of the Spyder family. Get your Spyder packed and prepared to join the BRP team for this truly memorable event!

Event information:

An exclusive Spyder ride/meet-and-greet with Indy Driver Arie Luyendyk!

Where: Meet at Brickyard Plaza

Address: 4565 W 16th St
Indianapolis, IN 46222

Cost: Spyder owners are responsible for fuel

When: May 21st, 2008

Who can participate: Current Can-Am Spyder owners who have taken receipt of their Spyder. For those who have deposits with local Indianapolis-area dealer – Indy Cycle and Ski and S&S Powersports, but have not yet received units, please contact your dealership for reservation of a unit. There are four units available at each dealership. Reservations are based on a first come first serve basis. You must have your certificate number available to make a reservation.

Recommended to ride:
Must bring your own Spyder
Sign waiver on site
At least 21 years old
Closed toed shoes
Long pants
Eye protection
Full tank of gas

Ride Format: Owners will gather at the Brickyard plaza to start the ride. The route will take the group on a scenic 3-hour ride in and around the Indianapolis area. Spyder Guides will lead and follow the group throughout the event.
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