Saturday, January 06, 2018

Motorcycle SUPERSHOW 2018

Bikers are pouring into the International Centre for the latest installment of the 'big one by the airport.' It's one way of forgetting how cold it really is in Toronto this week. You can see the show schedule on my post here.
Five halls of the centre were divided into 1) touring and cruisers, 2) industry showcase and drag alley, 3) restaurant and the century of bikes, 4) performance and racing and the 5) choppers and custom bikes. Autographs and the main stage was in Hall 5.
The North American Motorcycle SUPERSHOW runs from Friday to Sunday, January 5-7 and it features the stars of Orange County Choppers Paul Teutul Sr and Mikey meeting fans. The chopper designers and builders brought some of their custom bikes and met fans and signed autographs on Friday and Saturday.
The history of motorcycles on the red carpet

Hall 5 also had a live Stunt Show demonstration by Team Empire all three days of the show. After the demo you could wander the centre looking at old bikes, new bikes, actually they are generally someone else's motorcycles but you could buy one at the show and make it yours. Or if you already have a bike you could join a club like the Durham Divas.
Sinful Delight Boutique out of Barrie

"Check out the new 2018 Harley Davidsons, watch some of the biggest names in bike builders compete for $50,000 in Cash and Prizes at The Canada Cup Championship Custom Bike competition. You'll see over 500 Exhibitors and meet over 100 Clubs, Rides & Rallies. You can Purchase your Bike at the Show, discover the Best Shopping Bargains, and explore how to get in to the sport of Motorcycling. Visit the Century of Motorcycles Exhibition, enjoy live bands and fashion shows, meet industry celebrities. It's the 'BIG ONE by the AIRPORT', and you won't want to miss it!"

See more photos after the jump.

Catching a good view of the stunt demo show

John Belushi at the National Service Dogs booth

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