The MMIC’s Toronto Motorcycle Show will open in less than a month with a fleet of new and remodelled motorcycles that will be coming to Canada in 2009.
New BMW’s include the K1300S, K1300R, and K1300GT, as well as an appearance by the 1000RR Superbike, and the new G450X Enduro, which has been elusive until now, will also poke its head above-ground.
A couple of new three-wheelers will be shown: Harley-Davidson’s 2009 Tri Glide Ultra Classic, and BRP’s new automatic transmission model Spyder SE5. Harley will also bring some new Custom Vehicle Operations products and an Electra Glide with the new touring chassis.
A revised R1, designed as the "ultimate cornering master" according to PR nonsense, as well as the new FZ6R, and the new 1679 cc V-Max and the T-Max scooter will highlight the Yamaha booth.
The new GSX-R1000K9 and Gladius will be shown by Suzuki, along with the new M90 cruiser.
The Euros will be there, with KTM showing the 1190 RC8 superbike and the 690 Enduro R, and Ducati will bring the 1198 superbike, as well as new Monster 1100 and 1100 S.
Victory Motorcycles will show its new 100/6 V-Twin motor, and National Motorsports will show off its E-Moto G-300LX, an all-electric scooter.
Lots more to see at the show, and remember CMG is giving away two tickets to each of the first five readers who submit questions for our world exclusive CMG interview with stunt rider Jason Britton.