Toronto will be center-stage for Canada’s motorcycle industry as the world’s top brands showcase their newest products to enthusiasts at the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place during the Motorcycle Show Toronto, presented by Dalton Timmis Insurance, February 20-22.
This Show is Ontario’s biggest motorcycle manufacturers’ event of the year, and much like its four-wheeled automotive equivalent, this will be the first opportunity for bike fans to see the new 2015 motorcycle, ATV, side-by-side and scooter models that will be on sale at dealerships when the spring riding season rolls around.
In addition to the 400+ bikes on display, there’s a wide-range of new and exciting features, plus the latest in apparel, accessories and touring destinations, all under one roof in a space equal to three-and-a-half football fields.
We were there on Friday the 20th and were amazed at the quality and number of motorcycles at the show.
The Honda booth was well represented. Of particular interest was the 2015 NM4 – a unique futuristic, easy-to-use bike. Of course since Honda is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the iconic Gold Wing, there was a huge presence of these amazing bikes at the booth.
Victory motorcycles together with Polaris had put on quite a booth. I really loved the Victory Ness Magnum with its huge 21″ front wheel. What a show stopper.
The Yamaha bikes looked stunning as usual. Of particular interest are the VMAX, Strykyer and Raider models.