Mark Messier played in the National Hockey League for 25 years and was so good at it that he earned the nicknames The Moose, Mr. June and The Messiah. In 1994, as captain of the New York Rangers and with his team down three games to two in the Eastern Conference Finals, he guaranteed the New York media that the Rangers would win the next game against the New Jersey Devils, playing on the Devils' home ice. It was Messier's hat trick in the game that gave the Rangers the win.

Playing on his role as Guarantor in Chief, in a new commercial for the Can-Am Spyder Messier throws a leg over the three-wheeler and promises you that you're going to like it, but not before proving his powers of warranty on the streets of New York. He's waiting for you in the video below.

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      I can't see one of these without thinking of Kenny Effing Powers. They have to be just about the cheesiest things on the road.
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        Yep, I'm Kenny Powers and you are f'in out. Still, I would like to ride one. Looks like it might be fun.
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      I think I'd rather have an MX5 Miata! ;)
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      Are these 3 wheelers actually safer than 2 wheelers? With so much rear weight bias, and a high center of gravity like that, I see a real tip-over risk.
        • 1 Year Ago
        This, and the Morgan three wheeler are quite stable at speed and cornering. If you have ever driven one, you would know.
      • 1 Year Ago
      The word "abomination" immediately came to mind when I saw that picture.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I wouldn't be caught dead on one of these things. And I'm a grown man that drives a Kia Soul.
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      This reminds me of the two training wheels I removed over the weekend so that my son 1-month prior to his 3-birthday could ride on his own, except reversed. It's like training wheels for bikes...
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