Quebec City’s MMIC motorcycle show runs this weekend

The MMIC motorcycle show circuit makes its way to Quebec City this weekend, running Friday-Sunday.

The show kicks off at noon Friday at Centre de Foires, Expocité (250 boul. Wilfred-Hamel). It’s open until 10 PM Friday (after 5 PM, it’s ladies’ night, with half-price admission for females). Saturday, it’s open 10 AM-9 PM. On Sunday, it’s open 10 AM-5 PM.

Kawasaki is giving a couple motorcycles away again this weekend; there’s a Versys-X 300 for ladies’ night (details here) and two Z125 Pro bikes that anyone can enter to win Saturday.

The Hangar 17 section, focusing on custom motorcycle culture, will be at the Quebec show (details here), and many of the other usual exhibitors are back this year, including the Yamaha Riding Academy (for kids 6-12) and the usual list of OEM displays. A full list of exhibitors is here.

For ticket pricing, including information on how to save $3 per ticket, and other details, see the show’s page for visitors.

4 thoughts on “Quebec City’s MMIC motorcycle show runs this weekend”

  1. Been to the show in Québec, not much new stuff to look at, except maybe from Honda and Triumph and new Ducati V4 and 1100 Scrambler, shows that this industry is not doing great. I wonder why that is.

    1. Not enough attendance/interest. I don’t know if it was exactly a money-losing affair, but it wouldn’t surprise me if it was. Last 3-4 years were hit by a blizzard, and that nuked attendance. Last show, some OEMs didn’t even have displays, just local dealer displays. Who wants to pay for that?

      1. Thanks Zac, its a good thing I found out about this before I drove all the way from St. Andrews. You’re right about the weather, it caused me to take pass for a few years.

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