The Motorcycle Show – Calgary THAT’S HOW WE ROLL

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The Motorcycle Show – Calgary THAT’S HOW WE ROLL

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Dec 15, 2016 8:57 pm

CALGARY, AB (December 15, 2016) - The Motorcycle Show – Calgary returns to the BMO Centre, Stampede Park January 6-8, 2017. This is Southern Albertans first opportunity of the season to check out hundreds of 2017 motorcycles, side-by-sides, ATVS and scooters from the industry’s major manufacturers.
“The Motorcycle Show – Calgary is the first stop on the seven city Canadian tour and is a highly anticipated event among the riding community,” says Laurie Paetz, Show Manager, ”this Show is a riding enthusiasts playground, offering all things bike related no matter what the age of the rider.”
Opening night is a salute to the ladies, whether she be a seasoned rider or one that is considering taking up the sport. She Rides kicks off the Show on Friday, January 6th, all women will receive half price admission after 5:00 pm. The evening will wrap up with one lucky lady riding away on a brand new 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300 courtesy of Canadian Kawasaki Motors and Blackfoot Motosports.
The Yamaha Riding acadamy provides an opportunity for children ages 6-12 to receive instruction, gear up and take to the track to give off-road riding a try, free of charge. Sessions run throughout the weekend, but space is limited so we encourage you to sign up early to reserve a spot.
The action packed Ground n’ Gravity show will feature some of Canada’s best MX Freestylers, as well as Keith Sayers and Nick Dunne from south of the border. Not only will there be the exciting ramp to ramp aerial action, but Craig Latimer will be performing jaw dropping stunts on the arena floor. As if that weren’t enough, Jordan Szoke will be demonstrating the dexterity and agility of Observed Trials, one of his many disciplines. With some encouragement, Jordan’s four year old son, may just join his Dad on the course.
The concourse of the Corral is a must stop, check out the one of a kind customs that are certain to stop you in your tracks.
If you are a superbike fan or just appreciate the classic styling of vintage bikes, ensure you set aside some time to take in the “Super Bikes of the Decades” display. Superbikes dating back as early as the 1970s will be featured.
New to the Show is Team Zeus, a group of U of C students that build and race electric motorcycles. There first ever race ready model will be on display. Stop by and find out what the future may hold.
No motorcyce Show would be complete with out representation from all the clubs and associations, charity rides as well as touring destinations that cater to specifically to two, three and four wheel riders.
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