Toronto Motorcycle Show runs this weekend

The Toronto Motorcycle Show runs this weekend, downtown at Enercare Centre.

Most of the motorcycle manufacturers will appear at the show, along with aftermarkets parts retailers, motorcycle clubs, touring agents, riding school and the other usual suspects.

There’ll be plenty of gear available to try on. Jeremy Kroeker will be selling his books at the show, and Canada Moto Rallies will have a booth as well. Stop by and chat with us about our 2017 events, including the Fundy Adventure Rally, the Dawn 2 Dusk and the Overland Adventure Rally.

Find a full list of exhibitors here.

Tickets are $19 for adults (ages 15+), $14 for seniors (65+), $11 for juniors (6-14). Children under 6 are free, and a family pass (two adults, two juniors) is $42. Find more details at the show’s website.

7 thoughts on “Toronto Motorcycle Show runs this weekend”

  1. Yes there was a white one. Had to wait a bunch for some dude who had to film every inch of it (get a freak’n room!) before swinging a leg over. But it was beautiful, but wished the riding position wasn’t so extreme.

    1. I think you’re right, I was talking to the CEO just before the launch of the Superleggara and missed it as a result. After that, there was too much going on to lurk there.

        1. I think there was only one Bobber there. It was quite a nice-looking sled, but pretty impractical as anything but a round-town bike.

Join the conversation!