March 3, 2023
Fueled by strong manufacturer support, as well as innovative new programming experiences, the 2024 Motorcycle Shows are set to deliver plenty of fun, excitement, and new discoveries for riders of all styles, ages and experience levels.
On road and off-road riders, future riders, and lovers of the motorcycle and quad lifestyle will be able to check out some of the most anticipated models for 2024. Many of the world’s top manufacturers will debut their latest and greatest models. There is no other show in the country with this level of brand representation.
Additionally, the 2024 Shows will also feature a selection of custom and vintage motorcycles, parts, gear, apparel, and accessories. Riding clubs, training schools, touring destinations, and charity rides, will be ready to answer all your riding related questions and help you kick start the next riding season.
Additional features, programming and entertainment are also in the works, and will be announced in the coming months.
The motorcycle shows have always been the turning point in a long Canadian winter. They are the signal that the spring riding season is just around the corner.
For the most up-to-date information, please visit us online at www.motorcycleshows.ca, or follow us on Facebook.
ABOUT POWER SPORT SERVICES
Power Sport Services™ is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council and the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council. Power Sport Services™ focuses on innovation and leading-edge management of the motorcycle, OHV and power sport vehicle shows and the Open Road Motorcycle Insurance program.
Laurie Paetz, Director of Events
Vincent Trepanier, Sales and Marketing Manager (Montreal)
Lori Borda, Sales Manager (Toronto)
November 23, 2015
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