The 2018 Spring Motorcycle Show Toronto kicks off today – and we snuck in early to get a sneak peek at some of the stuff on display. Sprawled over three halls in the International Centre, Toronto, the show features Fast Freddie Spencer – multiple motorcycle world champion and author, as well as every imaginable show bike, historic bike, new bike, and more.
Whether you’re looking for elusive parts, motorcycle-inspired fashion, or just want to see some of the coolest bikes Canada has to offer, there’s a little bit of something for everyone.
Flat Track Canada, as well as a few local racers, will be showing their bikes off and giving advice for anyone who wants to get into racing. Also, Freddie Spencer's 1981 Honda superbike will be started on the show floor on both days.
Snow and Stunt Bikes
Oliver Solaro's epic snow bike is here, as is the kilt-wearing character who took this rig and delivered dog food and supplies to the far north.
Barn Finds and Barn Stormers
Prizes will be awarded for the best show bikes in a bunch of categories, with historics, wild customs, and even barn finds all on the show floor hoping to win prizes.
Cool Cars and Can-Ams
These ones have too many wheels, but they’re still cool enough to make it to our highlights reel.
Charity Rides and Raffles
Want to join a fun event for a good cause? Choose one at the show. Want to enter a raffle and win a prize? The Spring Show has you covered.
Meat Sticks, Massage and More!
Hungry? Here’s a meat stick! Tired from walking around looking at cool motorcycles? Have a massage!
Parts and Paraphernalia
This could be the place for you to find that elusive part you've been chasing – or a cool starting point for your next custom build. There's plenty of inspiration here.
Trucks and Trailers
Okay, these aren’t bikes, but you need something to haul your bike around in sometimes, right?
Folks from autoTRADER.ca will be on hand throughout the show to highlight the features of our website and how we can help you buy or sell your bike with confidence.
The Toronto Motorcycle Spring Show runs April 7–8 (Saturday and Sunday); show doors are open 9 AM–9 PM Saturday and 10 AM–5 PM Sunday.
Tickets are $18 for adults, $5 for youths aged 6–12, and free for ages 5 and under.