BRP joins Motorcycle Safety Foundation
June 15, 2007
Filed under Features
Following the release of its new three-wheel roadster, the Can-Am Spyder, BRP has joined the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF). BRP is the 12th funding member of the MSF. The conjunction came after a 20-year lapse from the motorcycle business dated back to the 1970s and 1980s when they made the Can-AM brand of off-road motorcycles.
BRP now joins BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Piaggio, Suzuki, Triumph, Victory and Yamaha in the effort to promote rider safety and training across the United States. More than 4.1 million motorcyclists have taken an MSF RiderCourse.
Since 1973, the MSF has set internationally recognized standards that promote the safety of motorcyclists with rider education courses, operator licensing tests, and public information programs. The MSF works with the federal government, state agencies, the military and others to offer training for all skill levels.