Friday, February 17, 2023

Motorcycle Show Toronto 2023

It's not hard to imagine riding the latest models of motorcycles, sleek designs that make you want to get out riding on the open road. At the Motorcycle Show Toronto you can check out the new models from the major manufacturers or see new gear and accessories for riders, you can also meet fellow enthusiasts during the Friday to Sunday, February 17-19 show at the Enercare Centre in Exhibition Place. This is the first time the show is back in three years and it's time to get inspired and motivated. Friday is She Rides Night and women can check out the riding lifestyle - women get in half price after 5pm while everyone gets free parking after 5pm Friday and the show opens at noon.

This Family Day weekend Enercare Centre will showcase new models of motorcycles, scooters and ATVs from top manufacturers like Aprilia, Can-Am, Harley-Davidson, Honda, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa, and Yamaha. There are also seminars and tech talks on the ExPLR Stage to explore.

The manufacturers are happy to return to the show after two Covid-19 years with a chance to show off new bikes and new features. The show is a little smaller than previous editions taking place in Hall B only but they are making up for the smaller size with a lot of enthusiasm. Harley-Davidson is celebrating their 120th birthday and they hope that they can get some new riders that are only imagining the first ride of spring.
A few of the manufacturers have multiple product lines which include snow blowers, generators, three wheels and ATVs. Another category making great strides are electric motorcycles with a model or two from the big boys to Surron representing only off road electric models.

"We've put together a strong line-up of features and displays to showcase many different aspects of the riding life for all types of riders this year," said Landon French, CEO of Power Sport Services. "There's no other show in Ontario where you'll find this collection of the newest and most anticipated models for 2023 all under one roof. Above all, the Toronto Motorcycle Show is a place for riders to re-unite, get hands-on and get excited for the upcoming riding season."

Other highlights of the show include Clutch Society featuring custom indie motorcycle culture, the Original Garage Moto Performance V-Twin Zone and the Vintage Road Racing Association that includes classic and vintage racing machines. You can see more about Clutch and Original Garage from the Motorcycle Show Toronto below.

"Clutch Society returns with some of the GTA's most respected bike builders and lifestyle brands, along with some skateboard culture added to the mix this year. Produced in collaboration with Dan Lim of The Moto Foto, Clutch Society will be THE gathering place at the show, where riders of all levels, riding styles and backgrounds can refuel and hang out with friends, order a drink, talk bikes and get revved up for the upcoming riding season.

The Original Garage (OG) Moto Performance V-Twin Zone is a must-see for every motorcycle enthusiast and Harley-Davidson fan who appreciates a high level of craftsmanship and performance. OG will present eight all-out Harley bike builds from their well-respected builders and customers, highlighted by two Harley AMA Bagger Racing League Race Bikes coming to Canada for the first time."

Show hours are: Friday, February 17 (noon - 9 pm); Saturday, February 18 (10 am - 8 pm); Sunday, February 19 (10 am - 5 pm).

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