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2024 Toronto Motorcycle Show

2024 Toronto Motorcycle Show – What To Expect

The Toronto Motorcycle Show is the largest motorcycle manufacturer showcase put on each year. It’s the best place to see the latest motorcycles from most major manufacturers all under one roof. The show is supported by the addition of a variety of vendors, seminars, stunt show, and hands-on experiences for adults and children alike.

This year the show runs Friday February 16th to Sunday February 18th at the Enercare Center at the CNE Grounds in Toronto.


Friday, Feb 16

Saturday, Feb 17

Sunday, Feb 18

12:00PM – 9:00PM

10:00AM – 8:00PM

10:00AM – 5:00PM

Should you go to the show?

Below we’ll look at which manufacturers are bringing their latest and greatest motorcycles, which aren’t, and what vendors and experiences you can expect at the show!

Aprilia RS 457 at the 2024 Toronto Motorcycle Show
New for 2024, the Aprilia RS 457 represents a tempting combination of premium quality and small displacement performance, with sharp looks and a price point that many will find hard to resist.

Manufacturers Attending:

Fourteen different manufacturers will be attending this year’s show, including:

  • Aprilia
  • Can-Am
  • Harley-Davidson
  • Honda
  • KTM
  • Moto Guzzi
  • MV Augusta
  • Piaggio
  • Royal Enfield
  • Suzuki
  • Triumph
  • Vespa
  • Yamaha
  • Zero Motorcycles

You may also see motorcycles from other manufacturers at various dealer and vendor booths throughout the show as well.

The Honda CB1000R at the 2024 Toronto Motorcycle Show

Manufacturers Not Attending:

Unfortunately, not everyone is attending this year. We were sorry to see that the 2024 Toronto Motorcycle Show is missing the following manufacturers.

  • BMW Motorrad
  • Ducati
  • Kawasaki

We did see a few BMW GS motorcycles in the off-road / adventure area of the show, and a few Ducati motorcycles in the GP Bikes area. Unfortunately, if there were any Kawasaki motorcycles to be seen, we couldn’t find them.

Biker Down gives riders the opportunity to race at a virtual Mugello MotoGP race track.

Things To Experience:

There are plenty of ways for adults and kids to experience motorcycle riding first hand at the show including:

The MX Paddock featuring top motocross riders, showcasing and educating attendees about the history of Canadian Motocross.

Biker Down is a racing simulator perfect for anyone who’s ever wanted to ride a motorcycle at Mugello.

Stacyc Demo Rides has an opportunity for young kids to get started on electric bikes in an indoor course.

Yamaha Riding Academy gives kids ages 6-12 the chance to put on full gear and get a tutorial on their first motorcycle.

Keep in mind, not all events are running all the time, and you should arrive early to avoid crowds and line-ups as much as possible.

MV Agusta’s motorcycles are made in Italy, sourced with over 70% made in Italy parts, and they brought a few of their motorcycles to show us.

Exhibitors Attending:

We were excited to see a great variety of exhibitors attending and to have the opportunity to talk to people from so many different facets of motorcycling. Here’s a list of some of the exhibitors in attendance:

  • 6th Gear
  • AdMore Lighting Inc.
  • Altimate Gear
  • Ayres Adventure
  • Bad Ass Den
  • Beach’s Motorcycle Adventures Ltd
  • Big Ear Inc.
  • Canada Safety Council Canadian
  • Beeseal Canadian Motorcycle Training Services
  • Canadian Superbike Series
  • Ecuador Freedom Bike Rental & Tours
  • EWool
  • Flat Track Canada
  • Foreign Rider Co.
  • FRAEM Foundation
  • Freak Parade
  • GP Bikes Inc.
  • GTA Motorcycle.com
  • Hearing Protection Ontario
  • Hearsmart
  • Jetwerx Triple Crown Series / MX Paddock
  • JF Leclerc Inc. (Stylmartin and Schuberth Helmets)
  • John Brown Insurance & Financial Services
  • Learning Curves Foundation
  • Leather Unlimited
  • Mad Hatter Industries
  • Mosko Moto
  • Motorcycle Mojo
  • Motovan
  • MX101
  • My Insurance Broker
  • Old Soul Moto
  • One Broken Biker
  • Ontario Federation of Trail Riders (OFTR)
  • Ontario Provincial Police
  • Perth County MotoInc.
  • Power Cycle Redfern Enterprises Ltd.
  • Renedian Adventures
  • Ridaventure
  • Rider Training Institute
  • Riders Choice Inc.
  • Riders Plus Insurance Inc
  • Ridesafe Motorcycle Training Corp
  • Rochon GenovaLLP
  • Roy Bartell – Custom Slingshot
  • Stopbully.com Foundation
  • Super Sonic Road Race School
  • TekVest The Tattour
  • Thumpstar Canada
  • Time 2 Shine
  • Torch Ride for Special Olympics
  • Trans Ontario Trail
  • TripleClamp Moto Inc.
  • Yamaha Riding Academy

My personal recommendations:

Visit Donna and Randy at the GTA Motorcycle booth for great on-road rider training options. Talk to Clinton at the Yamaha Riding Academy for great off-road training options.

Check out the Motorcycle Mojo booth because they’re having a great deal on my favorite print motorcycle publication.

Take a look at all of the great ways of exploring different avenues of motorcycling from organizations like Ontario Federation of Trail Riders, or the Vintage Road Racing Association.

And if you haven’t already, invest in your future and get some custom made hearing protection from one of several vendors at the show.

Final Thoughts:

If you’re into motorcycles and want something fun to do this weekend, the Toronto show is worth attending. Tickets are $22 for adults, $17 for seniors, $17 for students, kids 6 to 14 are $14, and children 5 and under get in for free. Parking was about $20 whether you park indoors or outdoors, so you may as well look for an indoor spot.

Yes, it’s a manufacturer show, but this year’s show brings more to the table than just “going to sit on some motorcycles”, it showcases many different facets of motorcycling that will hopefully inspire you to get out and try something new this season.

About Adrian from YouMotorcycle

I started riding motorcycles in 2007, founded YouMotorcycle in 2009, and was working in the motorcycle industry by 2011. I've worked for some of the biggest companies in motorcycling, before going full-time self-employed in the motorcycle business in 2019. I love sharing his knowledge and passion of motorcycling with other riders to help you as best I can.

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