Spyder roadster crawls into town
"You popped the clutch," Todd Matthews says, flashing a big grin. "You don't want to pop the clutch. Just ease your hand off it."
I nod my head, slightly embarrassed, as I sit on a stalled Can-Am Spyder roadster Saturday in the rear parking lot of Broadway Street's Ollie's Service.
Making its Alexandria debut last weekend, the Spyder was greeted by more than 100 people at Ollie's, each wanting to see for themselves Bombadier's newest high-tech toy.
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