Friday, March 25, 2022

Toronto Motorcycle Supershow 2022

The North American International Motorcycle Supershow, delayed from its annual timeslot in the beginning of January, now moved until Spring and back at the Toronto International Centre. The halls are open and full of chrome and rubber from Friday to Sunday, March 25 to 27, 2022. Entrances to the show are at Hall 2, closest to the GO Train entrance, or at the far end of Hall 4 and remember parking is free.
Hitcher on the Supershow stage

You can find everything related to motorcycles at the 46th annual Supershow, presented by NFP, as well as musical entertainment. The layout of the International Centre features the following; Touring & Cruising Halls 1W & 1E, Industry Showcase, touring & Cruising Hall 2E & 2W, the Vintage and Classic Hall 3 and Choppers & Custom Bikes along with Racing & Performance in Hall 4. Hall 4 also has the stage with musical guests Hitcher on Friday and Amy/DC on Saturday (1pm, 3:15pm and 6:15pm).
Beautiful bikes are turned into works of art and compete for $50,000 in cash and awards as they vie for the Canada Cup. The ceremony for the 2022 Cup will be at the Hall 4 Stage on Sunday, March 27 at 3:30pm.
The Hooters girls are on site in Hall 2 near Hall 4
Live Nudes sign, just $100. And no I did not see any nudes!
Shiny chrome and detailed etchings really make the total package
Vendors and motorcycle sales, new and used, along with Live Stunt Shows by Highway Heathens (performing all 3 days of the show) are to be found in the great Hall 2 while restaurants can be found in Hall 3 and Hall 2 - including adult beverages in Hall 2. The crowds on Friday for the "BIG ONE by the Airport" were large and many of the visitors had to walk around the building as usual entrances from within the building were restricted - you could only get in from the outside at Halls 2 and 4.
Looking through the Century of Motorcycle exhibit

Supershow floor plan

Next year's Supershow is planned for January 6-8, 2023.

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