Canadian Motorcross fans can meet some of their favorite racers at the North American International Motorcycle Supershow, Jan. 2-4 in Toronto, Ontario. Show organizers have expanded the off-road segment for the 2009 event to include a large number of racers, motorcycles and clubs.
Royal Distributing will bring in members of its KTM dirt bike and ATV race teams, including Canadian Motorsports Racing Club Women's Division champion Jacqueline Ross. The CMRC will also be at the Supershow to promote its national Motorcross and ATV Racing series, and to host the Ontario Championship banquet. Dirt track racing announcer Frank Wood will be interviewing racers throughout the weekend on the Racing and Performance stage in Hall 4.
Race fans can also meet some future champions as the MX Stars of Tomorrow will make an appearance. Other special guests scheduled for attendance include author and adventure rider Jeremy Kroeker and Dakar racer Lawrence Hacking.
After meeting the racers, Supershow attendees can get a look at their rides. New model off-road bikes and ATVs from major manufacturers and importers will be on display in the Industry Showcase in Hall 3. Dealers will be on hand to answer any questions about the new models. The Auto Trader Used Bike market in Hall 3A will also have several used machines for purchase. Visitors will also have a chance to win a Kawasaki Monster Energy 250F at the MXP Magazine display.
Local off-road riding associations will be represented at the Supershow. The Ontario Federation of Trail Riders, Ontario Dual Sport Club and Ontario Adventure Riders are some of the organizations who will be available to answer questions.
The North American International Motorcycle Supershow takes place at the International Centre in Toronto. For more information about Supershow, visit http://www.supershowevents.com/.