March 7, 2023
Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council
3000 Steeles Avenue East
Suite 201 Markham, Ontario
Toll free: 877-470-6642
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)
March 2, 2023
The Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council, originally founded in 1971, is a national, non-profit, trade association which represents the responsible interests of the major motorcycle and scooter manufacturers, as well as the manufacturers, distributors and retail outlets of motorcycle and scooter-related products and services in Canada.
The member companies of the MMIC account for approximately 90 percent of all the new on-road motorcycles and scooters sold in Canada. The MMIC is funded entirely by its Members and Industry Partners and by the programs and services it offers.
Membership in the association is limited to those organizations engaged in the business of manufacturing and/or distributing whole motorcycles, mopeds or scooters in Canada.
Industry Partners are those organizations engaged in the business of manufacturing and/or distributing whole motorcycles, mopeds or scooters in Canada, as well as motorcycle-related aftermarket products and services
Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council – Members
Membership in the association is limited to those organizations engaged in the business of manufacturing and/or distributing whole motorcycles, mopeds or scooters in Canada. The Board of Directors of the MMIC may, by resolution, admit as a new member any organization fulfilling the necessary criteria, having received a written request for membership.
Benefits of MMIC membership
Fee Structure of MMIC Membership
The fee structure for members in the MMIC is based on three criteria – an annual due; a per unit wholesale amount; and a wholesale dollar amount based on each company’s percentage of total wholesale dollar. Member company fees are reviewed and approved each year by the Board of Directors during the budget process. The fiscal year of the MMIC is from January 1st to December 31st. As well, there is a per unit fee on street legal motorcycles and scooters to financially support the Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada.
The main operating committee of the MMIC is the Executive Committee. It meets approximately four times each year. The Executive Committee reports to the Board of Directors, which meets at least once each year. The Technical Standards and Compliance Committee, the Policy and Government Relations Committee meet approximately three to four times per year depending on the urgency and importance of the subjects being discussed.
August 23, 2019
Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council Industry Partners
Industry Partners in the association are limited to those organizations engaged in the business of manufacturing and/or distributing whole motorcycles, mopeds or scooters in Canada, as well as motorcycle-related aftermarket products and services. The Board of Directors of the MMIC may, by resolution, admit as a new Industry Partner any organization fulfilling the necessary criteria, having received a written request for membership.
View Industry Partner Brochure
Industry Partners have certain privileges as outlined herein and are entitled to a range of services for the specified fee as offered by the MMIC, including:
July 19, 2016
The Motorcycle & Moped Industry council is pleased to present you with our complimentary monthly Canadian Motorcycle and Off-Highway Vehicle retail sales reports via our monthly industry digest Canada Now.
The reports are prepared by our Director of Communications, David Grummett.
July 18, 2016
Even before you have purchased a motorcycle, the best way you can learn about motorcycling is from the experts. Whether you are new to motorcycling or returning to an old passion, you will benefit from a motorcycle Rider Training course. And, yes, the motorcycle is supplied for the basic learner’s course. As well, as an added bonus, you may qualify for savings on your motorcycle insurance!
MMIC supports motorcycle rider training programs across Canada. The MMIC believes that rider training is one of the best ways, if not the best way, to learn how to ride a motorcycle.
MMIC provides a complimentary up-to-date listing of Rider Training programs on our GoMotorcycling website. Please visit www.gomotorcycling.ca for our list.
All recognized rider training programs have certain characteristics in common:
To get started you need to understand the following:
General Guidelines for Rider Training Courses
For those who are inexperienced, or for those with some experience but require basic licensing, or for those of you who are returning to the sport after an extended absence, we recommend:
Introductory Riding Basics Programs
These basic training programs are a comprehensive 18-hour experience to give you necessary motorcycle handling skills. They are conducted away from traffic on motorcycles that the course provides. They are geared toward personal coaching and a relaxed approach to put you at ease while also challenging you.
The typical course is scheduled on a weekend or two week days. The weekend starts Thursday or Friday evening with a three-hour classroom discussion of risk factors and basic riding strategies. During the course you will ride a series of exercises that builds one skill after another until you have a sense of control and accomplishment.
The program concludes on the afternoon of the second day with an on-site riding exercise to meet provincial ministry standards. If you are successful, the riding school is authorized by the ministry to issue you a certificate for your next level of motorcycle licence (in applicable provinces).
Advanced Training: Riding Strategies Programs
For those motorcyclists who presently have your probationary licence and need to obtain your full motorcycle licence, or who want a higher comfort level in traffic, we recommend Advanced Training.
This higher level training program qualifies you to obtain your full motorcycle licence in many provinces. Advanced training assumes that you have basic motorcycle handling skills in traffic. It fine-tunes your traffic observation and management practices on your own motorcycle in a real traffic environment.
The training differs from province to province and usually involves a minimum of nine to fifteen hours.
The ratio riders to each instructor is small and ranges around three or four to keep your learning intimate and relaxed. Typically, training will take place on Friday evening and either a Saturday or Sunday.
This course is enjoyable for the camaraderie of group riding, and especially for the development of confidence in your skills.
Questions to Ask Before You Register
We know from our students what contributes to an enjoyable and effective learning experience. Ask about:
July 4, 2016
Please use this form to contact MMIC’s Manager of Policy and Government Relations, Paul Demers.
April 28, 2016
Please use this page to contact the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council’s Manager of Information and Websites, Collin Richard.
April 13, 2016
Please use this form to contact MMIC’s Assistant to the President,
Technical Standards and Compliance, Li Liu.
March 29, 2016
Please use this contact form to direct general inquiries and requests to the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council.