Popular Mechanics editor Ben Stewart takes the three-wheeled, Can-Am Spyder Grand Sport Roadster out for a road test. One caveat: it’ll set you back a whopping $15,000. Hit the jump for a video.

The difference this time is that the two wheels are out in front instead of in the rear, and stability control is there to rein-in any naughty behavior. This three-wheeler was capable of sport bike-like speed, too, because power comes from a 106-hp Rotax V-twin paired to a choice of a traditional five-speed manual or a five-speed sequential gearbox

Popular Mechanics editor Ben Stewart takes the three-wheeled, Can-Am Spyder Grand Sport Roadster out for a road test. One caveat: it’ll set you back a whopping $15,000. Hit the jump for a video.

The difference this time is that the two wheels are out in front instead of in the rear, and stability control is there to rein-in any naughty behavior. This three-wheeler was capable of sport bike-like speed, too, because power comes from a 106-hp Rotax V-twin paired to a choice of a traditional five-speed manual or a five-speed sequential gearbox