Art Plus Bikes: Moto Craft Show Runs In Toronto This Weekeend!

Moto Craft Show

A while back, we told you about a new motorcycle show coming to the 6ix this June—the Moto Craft Show. Welp, the dates they originally posted have changed and the show runs this weekend, June 7-9.

The Moto Craft Show runs at the Queen Elizabeth Building, down at Exhibition Place near the waterfront, pretty close to where the MMIC industry shows run. But this is no corporate show with official displays manned by staff in matching polo shirts. Moto Craft is about style and culture, with custom bikes and art on display.

David Goldman of The Motorcycle Portraits photography project will be on-hand talking about his work—many of his photos of motorcycle insiders will be on display (and you might even recognize a few moto-Canucks in that mix). The Haas Moto Museum has sent custom bikes up for display; you’ll see bikes ranging from edgy modern designs to vintage board-tracker styles. Other art and handicrafts will be on display, and with Flying Squirrel as one of the co-producers (the Toronto Motorcycle Show organizers are also involved), you know this will have lots to see and experience.

Oh yes, and there should also be lots to eat—along with moto gear vendors on-site, there’s a food area and lounge on-site so you can have a drink and bite with your friends. Food trucks will be there as well.

Tickets start at $30 (see details here). Show hours are 4 PM-9 PM Friday, 10 AM-6 PM Saturday and 10 AM-4 PM Sunday. For more info, check out the show’s website here.

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