Ladies can enter to win a Versys-X 300, and Saturday’s showgoers can all enter for a chance to win a Z125 Pro.
More hooligan action on the freeway could point to sportbike outlaw culture spreading.
Most of the free motorcycle parking spaces have been created now.
Pilot project for bike-only spots will be in place by month’s end.
Apparently, the city is creating 300 motorcycle-only parking spots ahead of pay-by-plate parking.
Scooter riders will meet with Toronto city councillor, in front of city hall.
Parking on the edge of a sidewalk in nobody’s way? That’ll cost you $60 if you’re unlucky enough to live in the GTA.
In 2014, the Toronto Motorcycle Show will now run in February in Canada’s largest exhibition and convention facility.
Kick off the spring with another of Toronto’s motorcycle shows!
Dealership will close doors April 9.