Atlantic show this weekend


The third annual Atlantic Motorcycle and ATV Show comes to the Moncton Coliseum this weekend.

More than 15,000 people attended last year’s east coast event and organizers are hoping for an equally large response this year.

The show will feature manufacturers’ displays with 2010 motorcycles, accessories, custom builders, clubs, information on where to ride, stunt shows, and more.

Manufacturer displays will represent BMW, Harley-Davidson, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki, Victory, and Yamaha. Dealer and distributor displays may include other brands.

Other displays will include the Atlanticade, Wharf Rat, and Shediac Motorcycle Lobster rallies, Parts Canada, Fullbore Marketing and Arai Helmets, Go Video, Kimpex, Motovan, Hub City Stunters, Chubby Boyz Choppers, among many others. Live music, fashion shows, Yamaha’s free Riding Academy, and other attractions will be there.

The Moncton show is one in a national series put on by the Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council and will be run by Master Promotions of Saint John, N.B. The show runs Friday at noon to Sunday at 5, and admission is $10 for adults, less for kids and seniors. Go here to print a coupon and save a buck on admission.


  1. How are these shows doing in the current economic climate? For the first time ever I don’t know anybody who went to the Toronto Supershow, no mention in CMG afterward, did nobody go?

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