Discover the full portfolios from the top manufacturers and distributors at the 2010 Toronto Motorcycle Show. For Canadians, this will be the first opportunity to see the new 2011 models – all under one roof!
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Full Throttle Stage – meet René Cormier, the king of long-distance riding; Patrick Trahan, Dakar Rally driver; and Jordan Szoke, the seven-time Canadian superbike champion.
Yamaha Riding Academy for Kids – The Academy offers a free opportunity for kids aged 6-12 to take a ride on the latest Yamaha TT-R off-road motorcycle.
Memory Lane - The Vintage Road Racing Association (VRRA) stand showcases classic motorcycles.
Lots of prizes to win
Visitors can win one of four Yamaha products presented by Cave, the Toronto Sun and 94.9 The Rock as well as a KTM 250 SX-F dirt bike from Parts Canada. On Friday, fans are also invited to attend and participate in a random draw of Honda CBR125 R from Z103.5 at the Full Throttle Stage.
Free for the ladies
To celebrate the active role played by women in the growth of the wonderful sport of motorcycling, the Toronto show will present ''She Rides Nite'' on Friday with free admission for the ladies after 5 pm.
Toronto Motorcycle Show
South Building, Metro Toronto Convention Center
222 Bremner Boulevard (near CN Tower)
Entrance: 255 Front Street West
Friday, December 10th: 10 am – 10 pm
Saturday, December 11th: 10 am – 8 pm
Sunday, December 12th: 10 am – 5 pm
How much? (including taxes)
Children from 6-15: $10
Children under 6: Free
Senior citizens (over 65): $10
Family (2 adults, 2 children): $38
On the web
Visit moto123.com on Friday for all the complete details and a list of bikes you shouldn't miss.