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Steven Tyler Rides Can-Am For a Hiking Trip With Mystery Woman and His Dogs

Aerosmith’s frontman was recently seen riding a Can-Am Spyder after enjoying a relaxing Hollywood hike with a mystery woman and his dogs on July 28. Last time he was seen next to the three-wheeler, it was in one of Can-Am’s new ads, when NASCAR star Danica Patrick saved the rock legend “with the ultimate paparazzi escape vehicle.”
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Steve Tyler is not quite the typical Can-Am driver, a vehicle mostly preferred by young rappers. In fact, the auto market went all crazy last year when Aerosmith’s frontman took a first ride at the wheel of the world’s most powerful supercar, the 1,200 horsepower Hennessey Venom GT Spyder. The only resemblance between these two vehicles is their second name.

The car was built because Tyler wanted a bespoke version of the Venom GT with no roof and a special stereo system, so the American company built him one with a strengthening brace instead of a normal roof and featuring the same vicious 1,200 horsepower motor. We found a video from last year, in which fans can actually see how tough it is for Steve to drive the beast around.

Anyway, it would seem he grew fond of the already famous three-wheeler after he appeared in one of thei ads. As part of the company’s scenario, Steve Taylor is being saved by Danica Patrick who is riding a Spyder to his rescue off the paparazzi harassment, in the commercial released in April.

Like it or not, as you can see in the photo gallery, Tyler definitely looked like he could handle the three-wheeler better than the horsepower monster supercar, so maybe it’s for the better.

 
 
 
 
 

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