Supershow 2009

Show spans 425,000 square feet

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Dec. 29, 2008
The only thing bigger than the North American International Motorcycle Supershow, is perhaps the name itself. Measuring 425,000 square feet spanning seven halls, the consumer show offers nearly everything surrounding the world of motorcycles.

Now in its 33rd year, the show has not only grown in size, but has diversified to include trailers, ATVs and scooters. The show will also feature custom choppers, vintage bikes, vendors and clubs to check out.

Plenty of interesting folks will be at the Supershow to meet and greet show attendees such as Lawrence Hacking with his Dakar bike, custom builder Steve Broyles, who will be bringing his latest and greatest creations, and Bar Hodgson with his 2008 land speed record attempting Team Arrow Bonneville Streamliner.

The North American International Motorcycle Supershow is entering its 33rd year.British bike expert Mike Partridge will be running a seminar on Saturday evening and will be on hand to answer questions all weekend. A couple of wordsmiths will also be in attendance to talk shop and sign books. Motorcycle Therapy author Jeremy Kroeker and Mark Richardson, who recently wrapped up his publicity tour for Zen and Now: On the Trail of Robert Pirsig and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance will both be on hand.

Whether you are looking for bike gear, bike books, bike accessories or even a new bike, you are likely to find the goods you desire at the North American International Motorcycle Supershow.

The North American International Motorcycle Supershow runs from Friday Jan. 2 (10a.m-10p.m.) Saturday, Jan. 3 (10a.m-10p.m.); Sunday, Jan. 4 (10a.m.-6p.m.) at the International Centre – 6900 Airport Rd. Mississauga

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