Lots of new motorcycles for the 2011 season will be on display at the Toronto Motorcycle Show this weekend.
New models will include: Yamaha Canada’s new Super Tenere, Stryker, FZ8 and Stratoliner Deluxe; Harley Davidson’s 2011 Sportster Superlow, Road Glide Ultra, Street Glide and CVO Road Glide Ultra; Honda’s all new 2011 CBR250R, CBR125R, CB1000RA and the debut of TRX 500; BRP presents its new Spyder RT Limited, Spyder RS-S, Commander 1000 and Commander 800; Canadian Kawasaki’s new Ninja ZX10R, Vulcan 1700 Vaquero and Ninja 400R; Ducati’s all new Diavel musclecruiser, Multistrada and Monster 796; KTM’s 990 SMT and all new 350 SX-F motocross.; Triumph’s new Tiger 800XC; National Motorsports’ Hyosung ST7 Aquila and Zero electrics; the Norton 961 Sport from Norton Canada; BMW’s K1600GT and GTL, G650GS and R1200R; Suzuki’s new GSXR 750, TU250 Retro and GSXR 600; Husqvarna’s TE449 Enduro; Royal Enfield’s new Bullet Classic Military; Piaggio Canada’s Aprilia RSV4 Factory, Moto Guzzi V7 Classic, Vespa GTV300 and Piaggio three wheeled MP3 Sport.
Many regular features are returning to the Toronto show, including She Rides Night on Friday, with admission free for women after cocktail hour. You’ll also find world traveller and CMG contributor Rene Cormier telling the story of how he stepped away from the corporate world and cashed in what few possessions he had to finance a $25 a day, three-year, 154,000.
All at the Toronto Motorcycle Show this weekend at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. www.motorcycleshows.ca