Thursday, October 13, 2022

Toronto International Snowmobile, ATV & Powersports Show 2022

It's easy to fall in love with autumn, you wear a sweater and stare at the beautiful colours bursting out in nature. Now winter is harder to love, even for Canadians, because of the extreme cold and snow. Well it gets easier to enjoy the frigid season if you find ways to enjoy the cold and snow. So think about visiting the Toronto International Snowmobile, ATV & Powersports Show coming to town October 21-23, 2022.

You can find the World's largest such show at the International Centre (with free parking) where besides finding all sorts of on and off road vehicular displays you can find indoor freestyle shows with snowmobiles making incredible jumps. Additionally the show will include a used snowmobile and ATV market, aftermarket trailers and gear, tourism display, OFSC driver training, a Sunday swap meet and many other attractions and vendors.

From the media release, "Manufacturer Displays The OEM's are here; Yamaha, Arctic Cat, Ski-Doo/Can-am and Polaris, Honda, Kawasaki, showcasing all the new snowmobiles and ATV's. Come and speak with OEM representatives about their products. Hop aboard each machine! Only at the Toronto International Snowmobile, ATV and Powersport show will you be able to see everything in Snowmobiling and Everything in ATVing. If vintage sleds are more your speed, the Antique and Classic Snowmobile Club has a big display full of pieces of snowmobiling history. It's always a blast to find a sled from your youth or to see a cleaned-up version of what you might have rusting under a tarp somewhere. Learn the stories behind these fantastic vintage machines and chat with Club representatives!"

Ticket Prices
Adult: $25.00 · Senior (aged 65 and over): $20.00 · Youth (aged 10 to 15): $15.00 · Children under aged 10 Free

Show Hours
Friday October 21, 1pm - 9pm
Saturday October 22, 10am - 7pm
Sunday October 23, 10am - 5pm

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