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Official Show Hotels

Embassy Suites by Hilton Toronto Airport


Book by Mar 12, 2019

Call hotel directly or book online through group personalized web link (below)

Mention Group code: SMS


One King Bed Two Room Suite
$159.00 plus applicable taxes

Rate based on single/double occupancy.
Each additional guest charged $25.00 + taxes

Beautiful and fully renovated hotel, opened Feb 2018


Suite room rate offer includes:

• Complimentary, hot & cold breakfast buffet with made-to-order omelet station (Value $25.00)

• Complimentary, daily 2hr Evening Reception with a selection of snacks and a drink (Value $25.00)

• Complimentary, Airport Shuttle 24hrs (exclusive to property)

• Complimentary Wireless High-Speed Internet

• $10.00 nightly parking rate per vehicle in our gated parking facility. Regular rate $27.00


Group Name: The Toronto International Spring Motorcycle Show
Arrival Date: 05-Apr-2019
Departure Date: 07-Apr-2019



Comfort Inn

6355 Airport Road, just down
the road from the show!

Show rate includes:

• 24hr airport shuttle

• Onsite parking

• Full hot buffet breakfast

• Wireless internet throughout the hotel

• 24hr business centre


1 Km Away from the International Centre

For email reservations please contact


Or call 905 677 7331 ext 271

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Toronto International

Spring Motorcycle Show

April 4 - 5, 2020

Toronto International Centre
6900 Airport Road
Toronto, Ontario


Saturday – April 4th, 9am – 9pm
Sunday – April 5th, 10am – 9pm


Are you a member of club, Rally
or charitable association & would
like to participate in our Show?

If your organization qualifies,
we will provide exhibit space
in the form of a sponsorship,
at no charge.


Contact Peter: 905-771-0132

To reserve booth space,

discuss sponsorship
or book ad space
in the Spring 
Motorcycle Show 
please contact us at



Be a part of the SPRING SHOW’s

1st Annual BIKER POETRY Contest




in celebration of The Show’s 30th Anniversary

We know you have motorcycling in your heart and it pulses through your veins. Put your passion into words in our 1st annual Toronto International Biker Poetry Contest. Selected entrants will be invited to read their poetry live, on stage, Saturday, April 6th, 2019 at the Toronto International Centre.

If you’ve got a poem to share with fellow riders, we invite you to submit it in one of our 3 author categories; Biker Men, Biker Ladies, and Biker Kids. Our selection committee will choose the top 3 in each category and those authors will be invited to the SPRING SHOW, as our guest, to recite their poem on stage. One winner in each category will be chosen by a judging panel and/or audience reaction and each will win a cash prize plus their winning poem will be posted to the SPRING SHOW’s web-site along with the author’s photo.

Subject matter must relate to motorcycling in some way – Your love of motorcycles and riding them, people, family, the mechanics of it, clubs, rallies, motorcycle travel & adventure, etc. And no, your poem does not have to rhyme.

Each person may submit up to 3 poems.  As this is a family Show we ask that no obscene words be used. Mild language is permitted for artistic impact but we may ask you to edit anything we deem unsuitable for public recitation. You may also submit a photo of yourself, either a head shot or a shot of you with your motorcycle. This may be used in advance media promotions by us, and all finalists will be required to supply a photo if they haven’t already done so.

Submit your entries to: poetry@motorcyclespringshow.com

Your poem can be in the body of your email or attached as a document, and
don’t forget:
•       Tell us which category you are entering
•       Include a photo of yourself (optional – see terms and conditions)
•       Include your full name in the email or on the document if attaching
•       Tell us you agree to the terms and conditions posted on this site

Questions?  Email poetry@motorcyclespringshow.com and we’ll be happy to
answer them.





Thanks for participating!


It’s winter and we can’t be riding so we might as well be writing!

Get your pens out and find your inner poet.


 to 2019's finalists!

Our finalists have been chosen!

These 6 finalists will read their poems on Stage on Saturday, April 6th at 12:30pm for the 1st annual Toronto International Biker Poetry Contest. Our judging panel will select the winner of each category, taking audience reaction into account.

Come out and cheer for your favourite. Maybe you’ll be inspired to write your own poem to submit next year!

          Biker Ladies Finalists
                        • Taylor Ecker - “I’m Free”
                        • Dianne Beattie - “To The Pillion”
                        • Karen Stephenson - “The Brush”

          Biker Men Finalists
                       • Dan Wood – “First Ride”
                       • Scot Williamson – “My Wife’s First Bug”
                       • Klaus Kaak – “The Rollout”

Click here to read some Honourable Mentions – poems that didn’t make the finals but were too good not to share.

Special Guest Judge,
     J. Barrett Wolf 

J. Barrett Wolf is a diverse and talented wordsmith
with numerous publication credits and three first
place poetry prizes. He will be a guest judge
at the Toronto International Biker Poetry Contest.

Mr. Wolf is an 'at large' member of the Highway
Poets Motorcycle Club
, the international
association of published bikers and was
published in “Rubber Side Down: The Bike Poet
Anthology”. He has been anthologized fourteen times and is the holder
of the BronzeMedal of Valor from the San Francisco Police Department. 

For over thirteen years he's hosted open mikes for poetry in Binghamton, New York and is currently sharing poetry on WBDY 99.5FM Community Radio at the Bundy Museum of History and Art.

His first book, “Stark Raving Calm,” was published by Boone's Dock Press. He is currently at work on a volume of intimate poetry entitled “Kissing the Moon from your Back.” He will have copies of his book, co-written with K. Peddlar Bridges, called “Raised by Wolves”, at the Spring Show.

Poem of the Moment

Special guest Kelsey Knight will be at the Show composing personalised poems...
Tell her a little about yourself and she'll whip up a few lines of verse,
just for you!
And the coolest part?  She types on a 1930 manual
Royal typewriter! Your poem will be as unique as you are!