Toronto Motorcycle Show 2006


I don't own a motorcycle, but I desperately want one despite all the reports that the two-wheeled rides are somewhat less safe than the standard sedan. I know I'm not alone. Well, starting tomorrow at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, the 2006 Motorcycle Show will let me live vicariously through others, with new models on display, professional riders having meet and greets, as well as a few activities to keep the kids busy.

With 50% more floorspace over last year's event, the expected turnout of 35,000 fans will have plenty of area to roam. Some of the highlights will include:

  • Parts Canada Redline Fashion Show
  • VOODOO Airbrushing Custom Painting Demos
  • Memory Lane Vintage and Classic Bike Display
  • Yamaha Riding Academy for Kids
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(image from http://www.sportsmensshows.com)


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