The season for motorcycle shows in North America has begun. Moto Canada returns with the kick off of the first in a series of five shows at Abbotsford British Columbia, roughly 45 miles east of Vancouver, from January 12th through the 14th.
Read Moto Canada Motorcycle Show Takeaways
for our impressions from the opening show in Abbotsford.
Get close-up and hands-on with new models from BMW, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Ducati, Honda and more. A wide range of vendors will be on hand to with their latest gear and accessories and ready to answer questions. As a special feature, Moto Canada will put a spotlight on Adventure Riding. Exhibits will feature specialized parts and accessories, camping gear, safety equipment and technology along with adventure riding tips and advice. If you’re exploring this increasingly popular segment of motorcycling, then this show offers an opportunity to learn more from the experts.
Motorcycling is far from a “guys sport”. This year, Moto Canada will put a little extra attention on giving motorcycle-curious women an opportunity to check what riding culture and motorcycle lifestyle are all about.
Rider passion is alive and well in British Columbia. The motorcycle and quad lifestyle is one that people are curious about. The Motorcycle and Powersports Show is a playground for both the moto-enthusiast and the moto-curious.Landon French, President & CEO of Moto Canada
The 2024 shows are a first for Moto Canada, a new Canadian industry trade group formed by the merger of Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council and the Canadian Highway Vehicle Distributors Council. Moto Canada is a driving force, uniting Canadians with the exhilarating world of powersports. And as industry advocates, the organization champion Canadians’ ability to ride both on and off road. Moto Canada members represent over 90% of the Canadian powersports industry, generating $19 billion in economic activity and over 100,000 jobs.
Moto Canada President and CEO, Landon French says “As the national showcase for major manufacturers in the sector, The Motorcycle and Powersports Show is the destination for all of the latest models, gear and information needed to have a great ride. Our show brings the motorcycle and powersports communities together, whether you are a seasoned rider with thousands of kilometres on the odometer, or brand new and interested in what it takes to climb on and enjoy the experience of the road or trail.”
Show Locations and Dates
Moto Canada has shows lined up in Vancouver on January 12th through the 14th; Edmonton from January 26th through the 28th; Calgary on February 2nd to the 4th; then in Toronto February 16th through the 18th; and finally wrapping up the series in Montreal on February 23rd through the 25th. Each show promises to bring consumers the latest in new motorcycle models, gear and accessories.