This Weekend: Spring Toronto Motorcycle Supershow

The Toronto motorcycle springtime show is gone, long live the springtime show. This weekend, after the previous Springshow was canceled this past winter, we now have the Spring Toronto Motorcycle Supershow instead… running at the same location (the International Centre), over the same weekend (April 6-7, this Saturday and Sunday).

Yes, we’re just as confused as you. But apparently the Supershow now has two dates; one in the winter, and one in the spring, according to their website. That means we have a rough idea of what’s coming this weekend. The Eventbrite page says this:

Check out the show and walk the Spring Vintage Motorcycle Red Carpet Event, discover the hottest Shopping Bargains, check out the Spring Used Bike Market by MOTOLIMO and find all of your Parts & Accessories for sale at the show. Watch some of the most talented bike builders compete to win Cash and Prizes. Enjoy Live Music, and LIVE performances.

Looking elsewhere, it looks like we’ll see some of the new-for-2024 models for your viewing, vintage bike displays, and based on past Supershows and spring moto shows in Toronto, we’d expect plenty of riding club displays and vendors selling everything from riding gear to insurance to rider training to beef jerky and fake vampire teeth.

You can buy your tickets at the door, but you can also buy them ahead of time via Eventbrite—make sure you print off your ticket before going to the show. Admission is twenty bucks, but you can get three dollars off if you visit the show’s website here.


  1. It wasn’t bad, but only one hall so not as big as the winter show. Lots of nice old bikes, racers, and customs. Definitely an older crowd. Glad I went. The 1967 Marusho Magnum Electra (BMW clone) was a definite surprise. So was seeing the McBride Cycle sign. 🏍

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