Starting tomorrow, the MMIC’s Toronto Motorcycle Show will run at the Enercare Centre.
There’s a new feature at the show this year, called Clutch Society (read more about it here). Clutch Society focuses on contemporary moto-culture, with custom bikes on display, and local builders and other scene insiders.
Of course, the OEMs will have all their new-for-2020 models on display, with almost all the manufacturers showing off new bikes. Harley-Davidson’s even going to have its Pan America adventure bike and Bronx streetfighter prototypes on display.
There’s also the usual vendors (the show’s a good place to get a deal), the Yamaha Riding Academy (giving kids a chance to learn how to ride), club booths, riding displays from the OPP’s Golden Helmets, a Kawasaki Z400 up for a giveaway and so on. After 5 PM on Friday night, ladies will get in for half price, as part of She Rides night.
Show hours are noon-9 PM Friday, 10 AM-8 PM Saturday, and 10 AM-5 PM Sunday. Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for seniors (65+), $12 for juniors (6-14), and a family pass (two adults, two juniors) is $48. Kids 5 and under get in for free.
For more details, visit the Toronto Motorcycle Show website.