Monday, February 14, 2022

Toronto Motorcycle SUPERSHOW returns to Toronto in March 2022

With Covid restrictions lifting in Toronto, bikers can celebrate the rescheduled North American International Motorcycle SUPERSHOW which will run March 25-27, 2022. The annual show usually comes to town during the first weekend of the new year but was postponed due to the Omicron variant cases starting to snowball in December. Photos are from the 2020 show (see my post here for more photos of that event).

The rescheduled Motorcycle SUPERSHOW, sponsored by NFP Insurance, will return to the Toronto International Centre with its abundant free parking. The 46th annual show hours are Friday (Mar. 25) 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday (Mar. 26) 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday (Mar. 27) 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can pick up advanced tickets on their website.
My favourite motorcycles - the choppers and custom bikes will be in Hall 5 of the International Centre and look out for entertainment and special guests appearances.
Here is some information from the Motorcycle SUPERSHOW.

"The AMSOIL Canada CUP Motorcycle Builders Competition will return again this year and registration is now open. North America’s best bike builders and novices compete to win cash prizes totaling $50,000. 

Who doesn’t love nostalgia, why not take a walk through the Century of Motorcycles Exhibition, perhaps you will see your first ride? Need new gear or parts discover the hottest deals and shopping bargains. We welcome back our vendors and our attendees after a 2-year hiatus due to COVID. Meet new friends as all the Clubs, Rides & Rallies.

Also returning this year will be our New, Used, Vintage, Racing, Motocross, Custom, Choppers, Touring, Cruising Electric and Performance Motorcycles. There truly is something for everyone.

Are you thinking about getting your motorcycle license? Why not book your learn to ride course? Go green with an electric scooter or motorcycle."

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