32nd Annual National Motorcycle and Tattoo Show April 13 & 14 2013

Poto of custom motorcycles called INSINARATOR by John Shope's Sinister Industries at the National Motorcycle Show in Toronto

Photo of INSINARATOR by John Shope’s Sinister Industries at the National Motorcycle Show in Toronto. Photo courtesy of – ccvic.zenfolio.com

They will be holding it a bit later this year. This show has become a family tradition for many. This year will be their 32nd annual show. It will be held at the Better Living Centre building on the CNE grounds.

Easy to get to via Toronto’s Red Rocket. By Bus from Dufferin Subways station or by Streetcar from Bathurst Subway station. There used to be a Go Train stop at the Dufferin Gates of the CNE. Better check with your train service to confirm a stop there.

Last year the show included displays from Tattoo Artists and that aspect of the show will be expanded this year. It’s a great show which in a way opens Motorcycle Riding Season each year. If it is related to Motorcycles then you’ll possibly find it at the show. So mark your calendars for April 13 &14.

Photo of a custom chopper motorcycle called SPARTACUS by Artisanal Chopper, at the National Motorcycle Show in Toronto.

Photo of SPARTACUS by Artisanal Chopper, at the National Motorcycle Show in Toronto. Photo courtesy of – ccvic.zenfolio.com

I liked the way the show was setup last year. The custom bike displays filled the back. Got to see some amazing custom bikes like “Black Widow, Blue Collar, Mattilda, Spartacus, Nancy, Insinarator and Game Over” to name just a few. The Vintage Bike section was also awesome. The wooden rims really struck me. Many vendors were there ready to help fill your needs and wants for all things related to motorcycles. This is the one Motorcycle show to attend. Why do you think that they have been going strong for over 31 years?

Their new website URL is: http://nmshow.dreamhosters.com/

You can also do a Goggle search on “National Motorcycle Show” to find their site.

The link to their official site (plse use the above URL if the link breaks) : 32nd National Motorcycle Show

Advertisements