Official Show Hotels
Embassy Suites by Hilton Toronto Airport
Book by Mar 13, 2020
Call hotel directly or book online through group personalized web link (below)
Mention Group code: Toronto Spring Motorcycle Show
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: 03-Apr-2020
Departure Date: 05-Apr-2020
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
Spring Motorcycle Show
April 4 - 5, 2020
Toronto International Centre
6900 Airport Road
Saturday – April 4th, 9am – 8pm
Sunday – April 5th, 10am – 5pm
Classics on the Red Carpet
Each year the Spring Motorcycle Show presents a special collection representing 100 years of iconic motorcycles. Formerly called the "Bikes of the Century" exhibit, this year the display has been renamed “Classics on the Red Carpet”.
Come check out this spectacular exhibit in Hall 2. You'll be amazed by the range of two (and three!) wheeled variety and prestige. Watch for regular updates to this page for sneak peeks on what you'll see at the show.
Interested in entering a bike of your own?
Get in touch with Ian Cooper, our Classics on the Red Carpet organizer.
Special 'Work In Progress' Builder Display for 2018
Don't miss Bar Hodgson’s
1947 ‘Vincent HRD
Engine’ and ‘Curtis
racing frame’ Special
known as ‘BLACK JACK’
at this year's Show!
Bar Hodgson decided
to bring his latest creation
‘BLACK JACK’ to the
Spring Show as a “Work
in Progress” to let Spring
Show fans see what’s
involved during the
building stage. The bike
is displayed just as it was on his work bench on stands with his tools and components at hand.
Bar initially conceived ‘BLACK JACK’ as a tough little street fighter. Big engine with minimalistic cycle parts. Starting with just a set of chopped 1947 HRD crankcases the engine was mocked up with components so that frame builder, Denis Curtis, of CMR Racing Products, could start work on the custom built frame. By now specific design concepts had evolved to include a new-old-stock Marzocchi 38mm front suspension with Progressive gold valve dampners while the rear suspension changed from twin shock to Race Tech coil-over-mono-shock cantilever suspension. With the frame constructed Denis finished off the lower engine plates and the one-off aluminum fuel tank and seat oil tank combo. After the adaptive welding was complete on the crankcase drive side all of the engine components were delivered to Vincent engine specialist, Mike White, who performed the assembly of the Terry Prince stroker flywheel set, big bore kit and twin plug bathtub heads, punching this engine out to 1300cc’s to which Bar mounted 39mm Mikuni Pro Series flat slides and 2-inch open straight pipes and mini coils to the 2 plug heads.
Meanwhile Bar spoked and balanced the wheels using TZ250 twin leading shoe brakes and Excel rims with Avon race tires, then continued with the switchgear and Tommaselli throttle, clutch, and brake levers on the aluminum handlebars and mounted the Ducati pancake headlight and MV Agusta tail light. The Norton Commando gearbox and inner chain case were mounted up to the engine and plates, and the belt drive kit installed along with the drive side alternator.
Bar expects BLACK JACK to be completed this summer and on display at Spring Motorcycle Show in 2019.
Eric Thorne's 1937 UL Flathead Harley Davidson
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,
opportunities, or book ad space
in the Spring Motorcycle Show
Program please contact us at
Feature Classics at the 2019 Show
Eric Thorne's 1948 Panhead Harley Davidson
Joining us all the way from New Brunswick...
Eric Thorne and his motorcycles will be a true honour to enjoy at this year's Show. Here are a few words from Eric...
"I have been riding motorcycles for over 50 years and started doing my own
maintenance and repairs at an early age. In the beginning, I was into building
choppers and custom bikes. In the late 70’s I moved toward restoration, which
is where I am now. I do 90% of my own work, including any machining or welding. Restoration is by far more appealing to me. Over the years, the research involved
and the endless search for parts for each project has given me the opportunity
to meet a great many interesting and talented people. I’m always looking forward
to the next project and making new friends I haven’t met yet.”
Rod Arseneau's 2006 Soft Tail
Cathy Mckendry's 82 shovel head
John Mckendry's 42 flathead
Come check out Kreater Customs' amazing builds!
We're super stoked to have Kreater Custom Motorcycles join us to show off their incredible builds. Come see what motorcycle perfection looks like and make sure you follow their page to see some incredible custom moto work in all stages. Here's a small sample of some bikes they will have at the show. We'll let you come and see the rest.
1942 Harley-Davidson XA Prototype, fully restored. Owned by Thomas Machaj of London
Classics at the 2022 Show
Gary Scotti's Suzuki Katana
The Lotus C-01 will be one of the bikes on display at this year's Show, as well as the 1916 Harley-Davidson Board Track Racer from the "Wrecking Crew"