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

BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE

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

 

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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

NO SMOKING

1 Km Away from the International Centre

For email reservations please contact

ziva.zahler@comfort-toairport.com

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

www.internationalcentre.com

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

FREE PARKING!

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2019 Women in Motorcycling

The Spring Motorcycle Show is pleased to present the 7th annual edition of ‘Women in Motorcycling’, an area in Hall #1 that showcases an inspiring group of ladies who will make you think about and look at female riders in a whole new light.

Make sure to visit the exhibit and chat with some ordinary women who have embraced the extraordinary world of riding in the wind, and find out how they have taken that love and incorporated it into their everyday lives…

Introducing Angie Sandow...

Angie is a Writer, Inspirational Speaker and a Motorcycle enthusiast who moved from the back to the front seat in June, 2017 and has not looked back since. Angie was born with a congenital birth defect to her right forearm however this has never stopped her. She was first exposed to motorcycling at the age of 5 as a result of her sister’s then boyfriend who owned one. To this day, Angie recalls how cool she thought he and his buddy looked on 2 wheels - all it took was a short ride around the block for her to be hooked. While she dearly wanted to ride her own bike, she never took the time to follow-up on how one could be modified until many years later, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014. This diagnosis motivated her to stop waiting and start acting.

My name is Endora Addams and I am living one life through three continents....

From Africa to England and then to Canada.  

Since I was a child, I’ve always been fascinated with motorcycles.  Last year,
I finally decided that life was no longer going to stop me so I went and got my license.  I haven’t looked back!

Now, I run an international Facebook page called Rubber Side Down and have thousands of bikers from all across the world connecting through it.

Meet Endora Addams

Grade-school served me years
of “you are ugly, stupid, a loser, no one likes you.”
With this torment, I kept quiet. but I tried.

Fast forward to the present, I wanted to do a solo ride and was told, “You can’t do it alone, you’re a woman,” “You’re  crazy, it’s a ‘02 Gilroy.”

June 10, 2018, I packed my Indian (Foxy) and spent the next 23 days, hand on the throttle and my butt in the saddle, riding the lightning and rolling with the thunder, for no one but me. 

No real plan, no GPS, no one holding me back and most of all, no regrets.

With the open road, I touched upon every emotion known to the human kind, pushing the limits... living in the moment. My passion for riding is evident and my love for Gilroy is clear. 

I logged over 11,000 km round-trip. TO – LA – NY – TO.

If time allows it, reach inside your soul and let your spirit propel it! 

I’ve had a second chance at this thing called life, sometimes second chances aren’t given.

Don’t wait to see if you are granted one.

Go for Gold!!!!

Your Wind Sista

- Gypsy Free

Featuring Linda B. Broad aka Gypsy Free

Come meet Zsofi Balazs

My name is Zsofi. I got my licence in 2012. It has always been my dream to ride a motorcycle and my parents knew it was only a matter of time so they were actually really supportive.

I LOVE riding cause every day it's the same excitement I felt when I was little and saw a motorcycle pass.

 

Featuring Angel Scott

My name is Angel Scott. I had the privilege to be able to donate my liver in 2013 to save a life. My mother developed Dementia at the age of 60 and I watched her slowly deteriorate.
When I turned 45 and I realized that life is too short to not live it. I made a bucket list and on the top of the list was to get my motorcycle licence.
In May 2016 I took the bike course with RTI and rode a Ninja 250 for my first season. I purchased an Indian Scout Sixty in March 2017 and rode over 4000 km last summer even though I was away for half of the season. Anything is possible if you believe you can do it

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
peter@motorcyclespringshow.com

To reserve booth space,

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

 

905-771-0132
peter@motorcyclespringshow.com

                                                                       Last summer I took a racing course
                        and will be starting my first season of racing this summer. My long term goal is to start a novice race team to encourage new riders and women to try racing instead of getting their need for speed on the streets and with great track experience you do become a better street rider with greater bike control.
I ride a ninja 300 on the street and so far have no plans to upgrade cause I love it too much.  I will be riding a 300 on the track as well.I have met so many great people through riding and have been definitely the enabler of my friends that just even mention the idea of ever getting a bike.

She is the proud owner of 3 Hondas - a 2017 Honda Rebel (Hankster 1.0),
a 2012 Honda Shadow Aero (Hankster 2.0) and a 2014 Honda CTX DCT 700 (Hankster 3.0) which she imported from Buffalo, New York.  All are modified so that Angie can ride with 1 hand.   Since starting to ride, Angie has put on close to 25,000 KM and is very anxious for the 2019 season to start as her objective is to explore over 30,000 KM.

Angie recently started her own riding Blog / VLog called Just Ridin which is designed to cater to all riders.  She is currently working on adding Podcasts to her site to share riding tales of her own and others.  In addition to this, Angie is in the beginning stages of making a film to share her story and opes to enter into the Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival this year.

Angie is honoured to be the Team Lead for the Women In Motorcycling exhibit at the Spring Motorcycle Show and looks forward to sharing her story and passion with all.

 

Check out Angie's website at www.justridin.com

Introducing Diane Jankovics

Hi! I’m Diane Jankovics
and I love motorcycles!!
I was a passenger for many
years and was constantly wishing
I had my motorcycle license. Year
after year, I said the same thing,
“this is the year I will do it!”, but
I just didn’t get around to it. LIFE
got in the way! Then, in 2015,
I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.
This was like a kick in the pants.
What the heck was I waiting for??
But, I hummed and hawed some
more, and then, in the spring of
2018, I came across a blog written
by Angie Sandow, founder of Just Ridin’,
who became my very good friend. I was
blown away, and so, at 57, I did it!! I passed the M2 course and bought my first bike,
a 2011 Suzuki Boulevard S40 named Daisy (Driving Miss Daisy). Then, 3 months later,
I upgraded to a 2017 Kawasaki Vulcan S named KERMIT (He’s green and white). I ride with the Southern Cruisers Riding Club in Oakville and have participated in fundraisers such as 

Riders Against Hunger and Ride to the Wall. Through riding, I have met so many wonderful people who I now call friends. Don’t wait for life to embrace you, EMBRACE LIFE!!