Sunday, March 08, 2015

2015 Motorcycle SpringShow coming March 21-22

Actor Kim Coates from the Sons of Anarchy will headline the springtime motorcycle season opener at the Toronto International Centre.
Kim Coates, supplied photo

Kim, known as Alex 'Tig' Trager in the SOA tv series, stars as the Vice-President and former Sergeant-at-Arms in the violent action crime drama about a California Motorcycle Club and he will be at the show on both days to meet fans and sign autographs.
Fantastic custom bikes will compete in the Showbike Builders Competition for over $20,000 in prizes. "Three Levels of Competition even out the playing field, with top prizes awarded to those in the Pro Builders Class (Level 3), which this year will be judged by renowed builder, Bob McKay, and his judging team. The top bike in Pro Builders will walk away with over $5,000 in cash and a 6 foot trophy! The regular competition level (Level 2) has more classes than ever with multiple sub-classes in Vintage, Touring, Street, Custom, Competition and Special Interest.SPRINGSHOW 2015 will showcase these bikes in Hall 1 where you’ll be dazzled by their elaborate displays and special effects. Take the time to look at the detail that goes into some of these custom creations and feel free to ask the builders about them. Don’t forget to bring your camera!" You can also visit the bikes of the century display and the entertainment stages.

This years Toronto International Spring Motorcycle Show is the 25th Anniversary and takes place in halls 1 and 2 in the centre and will feature a new Motorcycle Pickers Market which Peter Derry, Show Manager, tells us that "We became aware of a sudden need for a venue for these vendors to sell their stockpiles of used parts. We know that our audience is looking for this 'impossible to find' stuff and have created a dedicated area where they can pick through the vast selection to their heart's content."
Joining the vendors market will be the Manufacturer and Dealer displays of 2015 motorcycles along with earlier models, aftermarket accessories, clothing and gear. And don't forget the free parking. If the main centre lots are full you can also go to the GO train parking lot across the tracks.

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