Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council


The Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council announces new president: Michelle O’Hara to replace retiring Robert Ramsay

Markham, ON – The Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Michelle O’Hara has been appointed President for the MMIC, the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV) and Power Sport Services (PSS) effective December 1, 2021, replacing long-time President, Robert (Bob) Ramsay, who announced his plans to retire earlier this year.

Adrien De Alexandris, Chairman of MMIC stated “As the motorcycle and OHV industries continue to grow and evolve, I am pleased that Michelle O’Hara has accepted the role of President of MMIC, COHV and PSS.  Michelle brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the not-for-profit sector along with a passion for motorcycle riding that will contribute to further develop growth of the powersports industry. On behalf of the Boards of Directors, I am very pleased to welcome her to the leadership of our dynamic industry.”

Michelle is a not-for-profit senior executive with extensive experience in strategic management and driving growth through innovative program and policy development. She is well versed in stakeholder engagement, public and government relations, and leads organizations to achieve financial and operations results/impact. Prior to joining the MMIC, Michelle spent over 11 years at the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs, most recently as Executive Director where she served as a key executive in many projects and initiatives to help improve Ontario’s diverse fire sector. One of Michelle’s most significant accomplishments is spearheading the creation of Ontario Fire Administration Inc., an organization that provides standardized firefighter testing to support municipal fire services. This included extensive program, public relations, policy, and project development. The organization now tests over 2,000 candidates annually, for over 50 municipalities and has established key partnerships with content experts from reputable institutions across Canada and the US.

Michelle is a Certified Association Executive and holds many credentials in IT, business, marketing, accounting, and project management, both in the private and not-for-profit sectors. Outside of her day-to-day, Michelle is an active advocate for women in powersports. As a motorcycle rider and racer, she has a passion for the industry, with a focus on the promotion of women riders in Canadian road racing.

Bob Ramsay, retiring MMIC President added, “It is with great pleasure that I welcome Michelle O’Hara as the new President of the Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council, the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council and Power Sport Services. We undertook a wide, lengthy search for a new President and Michelle demonstrated outstanding strength of character, energy, and vision. I know the associations and the industries are in great hands moving forward.”

“I’m thrilled with the opportunity to join MMIC, COHV and PSS”, stated Michelle. “This position combines my experience in the not-for-profit sector and feeds my passion for the motorsports industry. I am looking forward to working with the Board of Directors, and the very talented and professional staff teams to further advance MMIC/COHV/PSS strategic priorities, along with promoting and championing growth for ridership in Canada.”




About the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC):

The Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council, originally founded in 1971, is a national, non-profit, trade association which represents the responsible interests of the major motorcycle and scooter manufacturers, as well as the manufacturers, distributors and retail outlets of motorcycle and scooter-related products and services in Canada. The member companies of the MMIC account for approximately 90 percent of all the new on-road motorcycles and scooters sold in Canada. The MMIC is funded entirely by its Members and Industry Partners and by the programs and services it offers.

About the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV):

The Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV) is a national, non-profit trade association that represents the manufacturers and distributors of off-road motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs)and related products and services in Canada. COHV remains dedicated to the fundamental aspects of ATV and Off-Highway Vehicle safety.

About Power Sport Services (PSS):

Power Sport Services™ (PSS) is the operating name of 8061246 Canada Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC) and the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV).  Power Sport Services™ focuses on innovation and leading edge management of the motorcycle, OHV and power sport vehicle shows and the Open Road Powersport Insurance program.




Bob Ramsay

416-491-4449  ext. 109



Toronto, September 14, 2021: Power Sport Services (PSS) announced today that they will be proceeding with a 4-city Canadian Motorcycle Show tour for 2022 – including stops in Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal – with even more excitement planned for 2023, with the intended return of a full 6-city tour, including stops in Edmonton and Quebec City as well.

Robert Ramsay, President of PSS stated that after an 18-month hiatus from live events, gathering restrictions are now being lifted across the country, and the team at Power Sport Services is eager to safely get back to the excitement, buzz and energy of The Motorcycle Shows.

Riders, future riders and lovers of the motorcycle lifestyle are invited to come get their fix of two-wheel, three-wheel and four-wheel action and interaction at one of the following stops on the 2022 Canadian Motorcycle Show tour:

  • Calgary – January 7 – 9th at BMO Centre, Calgary
  • Vancouver – January 21 – 23rd at Tradex, Abbotsford
  • Toronto – February 18 – 20th at Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place
  • Montreal – February 25 – 27th at Palais des congres de Montreal

Mr. Ramsay went on to say that over the last 18 months we have seen a continued and growing interest in riding among new and existing riders. The 2022 Motorcycle Show tour is the perfect opportunity for riders of all styles, ages and experience levels to discover everything that is new and exciting for the season ahead and to safely re-unite in celebration of motorcycling and OHV riding.

For the most up-to-date information on The Motorcycle Shows, please visit us online at

As always, we are here to answer all your questions and concerns. Please do not hesitate to reach out anytime.


For more information contact your local Show Team:

Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver
Laurie Paetz or Brittany Labrosse / 403-457-1080

Quebec, Montreal
Bianca Kennedy or Dominic Caron / 514-375-1974

Neil Fardy or Lori Borda / 905-752-1158

PSS Head Office
Ray Sriubiskis / 416-272-9798


2021 Motorcycle Shows Cancelled, 2022 Shows to be Even More Spectacular

Toronto, November 2nd:  Power Sport Services (PSS) today announced that they will not proceed with their six show Canadian Motorcycle Shows circuit in 2021. Robert Ramsay, President of PSS stated that over the last 6-months, the team at Power Sport Services has been working actively, with our venues and suppliers, as well as the Canadian Association of Exposition Management, to find a safe and viable way to produce the 2021 Motorcycle Show tour.

Unfortunately, despite these great efforts, due to ongoing health and safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Power Sport Services made the difficult decision to cancel the six shows of the 2021 Motorcycle Show tour.  The shows that will be impacted are:

  • Calgary Motorcycle Show – January 8-10, 2021
  • Edmonton Motorcycle Show – January 15-17, 2021
  • Vancouver Motorcycle Show – January 22-24, 2021
  • Quebec City Motorcycle Show – February 5-7, 2021
  • Toronto Motorcycle Show – February 19-21, 2021
  • Montreal Motorcycle Show – February 26-28, 2021

In most parts of the country, as a result of strict indoor gathering limits, exhibitions like the Motorcycle Shows remain prohibited or severely limited.  In addition, differences in provincial measures and responses, combined with evolving government regulations to limit the spread of the virus, make it very difficult to properly plan and deliver the consistent high-quality experience that exhibitors and visitors have come to expect from the Motorcycle Shows.

Ray Sriubiskis, General Manager of Shows, stated that the decision was not taken lightly or without great consideration and discussion.  Ultimately however, the health and safety of everyone involved in and attending the Motorcycle Shows remains our top priority and concern.

Power Sport Services recognizes the value and importance of the Motorcycle Shows to our exhibitors and to the riding community.  We are more motivated and committed than ever, to bring back the complete Motorcycle Show tour in 2022.  The dates for the 2022 shows are:

  • Calgary Motorcycle Show – January 7-9, 2022
  • Edmonton Motorcycle Show – January 14-16, 2022
  • Vancouver Motorcycle Show – January 21-23, 2022
  • Quebec City Motorcycle Show – February 4-6, 2022
  • Toronto Motorcycle Show – February 18-20, 2022
  • Montreal Motorcycle Show – February 25-27, 2022

For more information on the 2022 Motorcycle Show tour, please visit us online at

Mr. Ramsay went on to say that, in the meantime, PSS is exploring alternatives for the 2021 season in order to promote riding, grow ridership and help exhibitors connect with the next generation of new riders as well as the avid and passionate riders.  Please stay tuned – we will be in touch in the coming weeks to share possible options.

As always, we are here to answer all your questions and concerns.  Please do not hesitate to reach out anytime.



For more information contact your local Show Team

Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver – Laurie or Brittany

Quebec, Montreal – Bianca or Dominic

Toronto – Neil or Lori

or the PSS Office – Ray or David (416) 491-4449


Motorcycle and ATV Sales Strong Rebound

Toronto : June 11, 2020

After a tough start, motorcycles, scooters and ATVs are suddenly hot items recognized as the prescription for cabin fever and inexpensive travel. Motorcycles and scooters have always allowed riders to achieve physical distancing and, these days, that is a much higher consideration for many people.

Off road vehicles have led the resurgence. Some category sales were up over 100% in May versus 2019 and that have left dealers scrambling for stock. May sales have been so good that they have wiped out the decrease in sales from a horrible March and April.

The resurgence of street bikes is following hot on the heels of off-road bikes and quads. The closure of license offices and training facilities have caused a bit of a delay but sales statistics show a dramatic climb as the restrictions are eased. Physical distancing on a motorcycle continues to be one of the best experiences to escape from the stresses of the home office or just get away for a short ride to freedom.

2020 has been a reset year for most people. Although there have been many bad stories there have been a few positives. The rush of the rat race has been replaced with a calmer lifestyle. Rural kids are getting outside, getting exercise riding mini bikes and youth-sized ATVs around the farm. Moms and dads have dusted off their bikes and quads and renewed their love for the open road or forest trail.

Going forward motorcycles and scooters can offer a great alternative to the concern associated with crowded public transit. In some provinces car license holders are permitted to ride a limited speed scooter (70kmh max speed) without having to have a specific motorcycle license. Scooters and motorcycles offer the following advantages;
• Extremely fuel efficient
• Built in physical distancing
• Excellent manoeuvrability eases traffic congestion
• Ease of parking for space and cost free in some cities
• Less expensive to purchase and operate

For more information on the resurgence of powersports in 2020 please contact David Grummett at or 416-491-4449.

Download this press release as a PDF.


Regional COVID-19 Measures and Updates MMIC\COHV

This morning, Prime Minister Trudeau provided important details on the government’s commitment to provide a 75% wage subsidy for businesses impacted by COVID-19.

Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy details include:

  • Will cover 75% of salary on the first $58,700 earned, back dated to March 15
  • Any business with at least a 30% revenue decrease because of COVID-19 qualifies
  • Number of employees does not matter
  • It applies to non-profits, charities and companies big and small

The Prime Minister warned that there will be serious consequences for any business that improperly uses this benefit.

Mr. Trudeau also indicated that Minister of Finance, Hon. Bill Morneau, and Minister of Small Business, Hon. Mary Ng, will provide a detailed briefing tomorrow with additional information.

For information, please read the federal government’s full program.

Additionally, Ottawa has stated that while the Canada-U.S. border is closed to non-essential traffic, shipments, trade and commerce will not be affected by the new restrictions.


The government of Québec has an excellent site with regards to what should stay open or closed.  If a dealership has any kind of questions about if they can stay open, they can access this link.

The new deadline to pay taxes (without penalties or fees) will be July 31 to pay any corporate taxes or make any scheduled installment payments.


Alberta has followed the same as Québec and Ontario where motor vehicle, auto-supply, auto and motor-vehicle-repair, including bicycle repair, aircraft repair, heavy equipment repair, watercraft/marine craft repairs, car and truck dealerships and related facilities are deemed essential with a message of avoiding gatherings to conduct business.

Corporate income tax balances and instalment payments will be deferred from March 19 until August 31, 2020.

Private-sector employers can defer WCB premiums until 2021. For small and medium businesses, the government will also cover 50% of the 2020 premium.


Business and light and major industry property classes will have their school property tax cut in half for the 2020 tax year, providing cash flow relief for businesses that own their property and for tenants on triple-net leases.  Also, B.C. business tax filings have been deferred to September 30, 2020, including PST, employers health tax, and municipal and regional district taxes, among others.


The government has informed RCC that they are in the process of finalizing an “essential services” list, that could be issued in the next few days. The government is sensitive to the impacts this would have on businesses in the province, and has indicated that it would align with Ontario.  Support for small and medium sized retailers will be available, providing businesses with the ability to defer payment of payroll taxes and provincial PST remittance up to $10,000 for 60 days. The Minister noted that they will work with all sized businesses regarding flexible repayment options above the $10,000 cap. Application information available here.

New Brunswick

All businesses in retail sales will stop admitting patrons, except for grocery stores, pharmacies, repair garages, post offices, financial and lending institutions, retailers of fuel, hardware, automotive parts and office supplies, convenience stores, animal and fish feed providers, and corporate and agency stores of NB Liquor and Cannabis NB. All businesses required to stop admitting patrons are permitted to sell online or over the phone and to arrange delivery or pick-up of purchases.

Newfoundland and Labrador

WorkplaceNL is temporarily deferring the collection of employer premiums until June 30, 2020 and waiving interest charges or penalties. The deferral will be applied to all existing payment plans and post-dated cheques. Employers do not need to contact WorkplaceNL and will be able to revise their payroll estimates, used to calculate their assessment payable, prior to their payments being reinstated.  Anyone arriving to the province from outside of Newfoundland and Labrador on or after March 20, 2020 is required to self-isolate for 14 days after their arrival.

Nova Scotia

Retail businesses can still operate but must continue to practice social distancing.  Social gatherings of more than 5 people are restricted and retail business are still allowed to operate but must adhere to the five person rule inside their stores.

The province has announced that $161 million will be made available to address cash flow and provide access to credit for small- and medium-sized business’. Effective immediately, the province will defer several fees and payments including: payments & interest for government loans; business related fees (until June 30) and loan payments under the small business loan guarantee program.

WCB employer premium payments have been deferred for three months; interest and late payment fees will be waived until further notice.

Certain taxes and utilities are offering deferred payment programs. View more information on RCC’s municipal measures resource tool.

Retail and commercial landlords who defer lease payments for the next three months for businesses that had to close directly due to the public health order will be able to claim losses of up to $5,000 per month, if the renting business does not continue operating. Landlords are not permitted to change locks or seize property of businesses who cannot pay rent, if the business closed directly because of COVID-19 public health orders.


If you sell one essential product, you may continue operations. An operating store is allowed to sell non-essential products in addition to essential ones.  Retailers not considered essential are still permitted to sell to customers via e-commerce (phrased by the government as “either online, by telephone, or by mail/delivery”).

There will be deferrals in place on all 10 of the provincial business taxes, including the Employer Health Tax, the provincial portion of property tax, as well as on all WSIB payments. The current package includes the following:

  • All 10 Provincial Business Taxes will be deferred until at least Aug 31st, interest & penalty free including the Employer Health Tax, all fuel taxes, beer and wine taxes.
  • For the Employer Health Tax, the minimum payroll amount of $490,000 will be increased to $1,000,000 for 2020. That means businesses with payrolls less than a million will not have to pay any EHT. For eligible private-sector employers with payrolls up to $5 million, the first $1 million of total Ontario remuneration is exempt, increasing the exemption to $19,500 for 2020.
  • All WSIB premium payments will be deferred for 6 months. In the interim, the Province will cover all employee claims.
  • The Provincial portion of Property Tax will be deferred for 90 days (Education payments).
  • Finally, Ontario is postponing property tax reassessment for 1 year (reassessments were to start in May – this has been delayed until May, 2021).


Dealers who provide repair and services are allowed to stay open.

WCB employer premiums have been deferred until June 30. All new employer payroll audits have been deferred.

PEI Broadband Fund has been expanded to support equipment and installation of Mi-Fi units and Wi-Fi Signal Boosters for businesses and the self-employed.


Effective March 26, all non-essential retailers must close. A comprehensive list of allowable retailers is available and the full Government announcement includes what they have determined to be non-allowable businesses. Essential services include food, pharmacy, convenience, hardware, appliances, pet stores, liquor and fuel among others. All businesses will continue to be able to sell online  or provide pick-up and delivery services View our guide to what is considered an essential service and the full list of allowable Saskatchewan services.  Business that conduct repairs for motor vehicles (including motorcycles) are allowed to provide services.

The 3 territories have some info but nothing out of the ordinary from other provinces.  If you need info for the Northwest Territories, Nunavut or the Yukon, please don`t hesitate to contact me.

As this situation continues to evolve, we will keep you updated.  Stay safe, stay positive!!

Paul J. Demers

Manager of Policy and Government Relations
Directeur des politiques et des relations gouvernementales
Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC)
Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV)
3000 Steeles Avenue East, Suite 201 | Markham, ON L3R 4T9
Office – 416-491-4449 / Toll-Free – 1-877-470-6642


Important Note from the Motorcycle and OHV Industry

The Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council (MMIC) wants to assure you that in these very challenging times, we are still working hard on behalf of the motorcycle and off-highway vehicle industry, aftermarket suppliers, dealers and riding community.

We are focusing on those issues that are most critical to the continued health of riding in Canada and the men and women who are employed, directly and indirectly, by the dealers, aftermarket products and service providers and the distributors and manufacturers of motorcycles, scooters, and off-highway vehicles.

We urge you to follow best practises for the containment of this serious threat to our health and lifestyle.

Please adopt the best cleaning and hygiene practises that will ensure those still in the workplace are as safe as possible from the COVID-19 virus. Please also have patience when dealing with people that may be operating understaffed and from temporary work places.  And please support your local businesses when it is safe to do so.

As we all know, motorcycling and off-road riding are great ways to relieve stress. Please ensure, however, that you are complying with all municipal, provincial and national policies and maintain two meters physical distance between people when you are in public.

On behalf of the men and women of MMIC, COHV and PSS, we wish you all a very safe, happy and healthy spring and summer.

Best Regards,

Bob Ramsay




Montreal, March 2, 2020 – The Montreal Motorcycle Show, presented by La Capitale Insurance and Financial Services, welcomed close to 33,000 riders and future riders to the Palais des congrès this past weekend.  This represents a 3% increase in attendance compared to the previous year.

“In addition to all those riders who come out to the show each and every year, we were especially thrilled to see so many new faces in 2020, said Show Manager, Bianca Kennedy.  We welcomed more families through our doors, as well as lots of younger visitors and female attendees.  We seem to really be connecting with a new generation of riders who are excited and motivated to discover the sport!”

The Show’s main attractions

The Yamaha Riding Academy was extremely popular with our junior visitors (6 to 12 years old).  More than 300 kids took advantage of this popular feature, with some discovering the joy of riding for the very first time.  Visitors also had the chance to take in trials demonstrations with 4-time trials champion Jordan Szoke, and his family.  And of course, the always popular Hangar 17, presented in collaboration with ONELAND, was a great place for visitors to check out custom bikes, meet local builders and connect with independent brands.

The next edition of the Montreal Motorcycle Show is running from February 26 – 28, 2021.

Until then, have a great riding season!

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Bianca Kennedy, Show Manager Montreal Motorcycle Show
514 375-1974 x 101 –

Public Relations:
Isabelle Fafard, Agence 180Deux
514 865-8157 –


2020 Vancouver Motorcycle Show Draws Over 31,000 Fans

Anticipation already building for 40th anniversary show

For Immediate Release
February 5, 2020

Greater Vancouver, B.C. – More than 31,000 (31,914) fans came out to Tradex in Abbotsford for the Vancouver Motorcycle Show January 24-26. The annual event—showcasing the latest and greatest motorcycles, ATV’s, scooters and three-wheelers from the industry’s leading manufacturers—lived up to its reputation of being British Columbia’s premier motorcycle show.

“It’s always such a joy to see so many different people from all walks of life at the Vancouver Motorcycle Show,” says Show Manager Laurie Paetz. “Whether they’re from Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Pacific Northwest, Vancouver Island or the interior, the show really brings together peoplefrom all over the region,” she added.On top of the hundreds of bikes that lined the floor of Tradex in Abbotsford, attendees were entertained by stunt riding teams the Seattle Cossacks and the Vancity Stunters. Professional riding coach Clinton Smout, the Yamaha Riding Academy and two-prize giveaways also helped make this
year’s show a memorable one.

Fans and show staff alike are already eagerly anticipating next year’s installment of the Vancouver Motorcycle—the show will be celebrating its 40 th anniversary.

Become part of the Motorcycle Show’s online community by following on Twitter (@thebikeshows) using the hashtag #bikeshowYVR and by liking The Motorcycle Show – Vancouver on Facebook.


Power Sport Services (PSS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council (MMIC) and the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV). PSS owns and produces six premiere motorcycle and ATV shows held annually in Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.


Ben Ronald
Show Publicist
C: 604.970.2919

Laurie Paetz
Show Manager
C: 403-998-0447



TORONTO (February 6, 2020) – Riding enthusiasts will get their motor running when the Toronto Motorcycle Show rolls into the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, Friday, February 21 to Sunday, February 23 – a show dedicated to the motorcycle lifestyle and the hottest new 2020 models from the biggest brands.

Once again, we are hosting an exclusive media preview on the show’s opening day, from 9:30 am to 12 noon, featuring new model introductions from several manufacturers.

We are still finalizing the schedule and expect to have that available by early show week, if not sooner. Please note the earlier 9:30 am start time vs previous previews.

Date:                   Friday, February 21, 2020

Location:            Enercare Centre, Hall B, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd., Toronto, ON


9:15 am – Media Registration (Media Centre, Salon 107) – 9:30 am to 12 noon Manufacturer New Product Intros (schedule TBD) – 12 noon  Show Opens To The Public


Media passes are required for access to Friday’s Media Preview and all three days of the show.

If you haven’t made arrangements yet, please send your requests to Jerry Priddle ( ) by Friday, Feb. 14.

For those that have, confirmations and related details will be sent shortly.

A reminder that the Media Room will be operational all three days of the show, with a work area/lounge, phone recharging station, coat rack and light refreshments.



The Toronto Motorcycle Show features the largest display of 2020 new model motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and side-by-sides, the show’s brand line-up includes Aprilia, BMW Motorrad, Can-Am, Harley-Davidson, Ducati, Honda, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa and Yamaha.

Enthusiasts will also find the latest in riding apparel, accessories, touring destinations, and other exciting motorcycle lifestyle features like the all-new Clutch Society (with the best of the custom indie motorcycle scene), Yamaha Riding Academy for Kids, “How To Ride” Skills Demos, motorcycle stunt shows, the OPP’s Golden Helmets precision riding team, and She Rides Night – a Friday evening celebration of women who ride, with half-price admission for females after 5 pm.

Show hours are: Friday, February 21 (noon – 9 pm); Saturday, February 22 (10 am – 8 pm); Sunday, February 23 (10 am – 5 pm).

Show admission is: Adults (15+) $20; Seniors (65+) $15; Youths (6-14 years) $12; Family Pass (2 adults, 2 youths) $48; She Rides Night $10 (for women after 5:00 pm, Friday, Feb. 21). Children 5 & under are admitted free with adult paid admission.

The Toronto Motorcycle Show presented by NFP, is produced by Power Sport Services.

Visit for more info and tickets.


Our presenting sponsor is NFP, a leading brokerage and advisor throughout North America and across the globe. A part of NFP, Dalton Timmis Insurance Group brings motorcycle insurance expertise and innovative specialty insurance to Canada through its Home for Chrome Motorcycle division, and commercial, transportation and personal insurance divisions. Dalton Timmis Insurance was ranked the #1 broker in Canada by Insurance Business in 2016 and 2017 – excellence united with global reach and expanded offerings under the NFP name. [NFP Canada]


Power Sport Services (PSS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC) and the Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV). PSS owns and produces six premiere motorcycle and ATV shows held in Calgary (Jan. 10-12), Edmonton (Jan. 17-19), Vancouver (Jan. 24-26), Quebec City (Feb. 7-9), Toronto (Feb. 21-23) and Montreal (Feb. 28-Mar.1). [Power Sport Services]

Toronto Show Public Relations
Jerry Priddle
(905) 554-9491 (office)
(416) 312-9491 (mobile)
Toronto Show Manager
Neil Fardy
905-752-1158 (office)
Power Sport Services
Motorcycle Moped Industry Council
Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council
David Grummett,
Director of Communications
(416) 491-4449 (office)
1-877-470-6642 (toll-free)


RELEASE – For immediate distribution

Montreal, January 29, 2020 – Bringing together the world’s largest manufacturers and brands, as well as their latest products and innovations, in one location, the Montreal Motorcycle Show, presented by La Capitale Insurance and Financial Services, will delight visitors like never before.

Urban riders, adventure seekers, road trippers, nostalgia lovers—everyone will discover models that allow them to live out their passion. Whether you’re a new rider, a seasoned veteran, a fan of motorcycle travel, a daily commuter or a weekend warrior, you’ll find the bike of your dreams at the Show.

To ride everyday

Your motorcycle is the best way for you to get to work or see friends. You need a bike that’s responsive, offers superb cornering and is ergonomic. You want to weave through narrow streets and passageways on a ride that’s agile and easy to park.  And you want a machine that lets others know exactly who you are.  Your motorcycle is an extension of your personality.  These models are perfect for you.

  • YAMAHA MT-03     • HONDA REBEL 500

To rack up the kilometres

You’re constantly pushing the boundaries, so you need maximum comfort to command the road. You want a motorcycle that will give you that intense feeling of freedom every time.  The bike has to deliver both handling and power with no compromises.  At every corner, sportiness and performance are the order of the day with these motorcycles.


To electrify your world

Electric motorcycles appeal to you because of your concern for the environment. They allow you to contribute to the fight against noise and air pollution. They’re also easy to maintain because they don’t require regular oil changes.  They are your preference because they are more efficient and consume less energy.  Here are a few to choose from.


To head out for adventure

You love adventure, but you don’t like trouble. Reliability is paramount, and you demand impeccable handling and performance. Since you often take the road less traveled, you need a machine that combines smooth manoeuvrability with great responsiveness.  In short, you’re looking for a bike that offers a unique experience on and off the road.


To slice through the air

You want a machine with style that delivers impressive performance. Technological innovations add to your passion. There’s no limit to your riding pleasure, and your motorcycle delivers a thrill every time you ride. If a top performing engine gives you an adrenaline rush, you’ll yearn for these models.


To feel timeless

For you, motorcycling is a lifestyle.  It’s an experience that gives you greater and greater pleasure every time you take to the road.  Your passion is insatiable and you are fascinated by the details:  parts, technology, materials and finish.  You long for iconic and legendary brands, classic styles and timeless designs.  Here are a few brands to tempt you next season.


From February 28 to March 1, at the Palais des congrès (1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle), the Montreal Motorcycle Show will allow you to meet the world’s leading manufacturers and discover their latest models and accessories.

Friday, February 28: noon to 10 p.m.
Saturday, February 29: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday, March 1: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Admission (taxes included)
Adults (15 and over): $17
Seniors (65 and over) and students (upon presentation of a valid student card): $13.50
Juniors (6-14): $11
Children (under 6): Free if accompanied by an adult
Family Pass (two adults and two juniors): $42
Friday after 5 p.m. (women only): $8.50


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Media Relations
Julie Gagnon, 514-713-4381 –
Isabelle Fafard, 514-865-8157 –