1980 Can Am Bombadier - Rhondda Cynon Taff Wales

Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
  • Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road
Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff, UK
Country
United Kingdom
Posted
4 years ago
State
Wales
City
Rhondda Cynon Taff
Make
Can Am
Model
Bombadier
Year
1980
Condition
Used
Color
Green
Mileage
-
Body Type
Motorcross (Off-Road
VIN
-
X

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Can Am Bombadier Military 2-stroke 250 Army US Canada Trials Green Lane off road

Hi I'm selling my Can Am Bombadier. It's a 250cc Two stroke Military bike with oil in frame. It was last on the road in 2003 and has been in storage since that time. It's showing low miles. The tyres seem excellent and it appears to be very original. It would benefit from a good clean as it's generally dusty. The bike is complete. First registered 1991 for civilian use but manufactured in 1980. It has its contract number badge on it. The riding position is really nice, high and wide and it would make a great green laner. Here's some history of Can-Am. It's an interesting Company/machine........ In 1971, under the direction and leadership 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 developed by the Austrian Rotax company, another Bombardier subsidiary. Former motocross World Champion Jeff Smith was later engaged to test and validate prototype motorcycles and establish a race program. Serial Production began in 1973. The machines made an immediate impact with riders winning Gold, Silver and Bronze medals at the International Six Days Trial, a form of off-road motorcycle Olympics. In 1974, Can-Am was the first brand to sweep the AMA 250 cc motocross national championship with Can-Am riders Gary Jones, Marty Tripes and Jimmy Ellis, finishing first, second and third.[1][2] Can-Am rider Skip Olson finished second to Dick Burleson in the 1976 AMA Enduro nationa...