MONCTON – The Motorcycle & ATV Show-Moncton rolls into the Moncton Coliseum, Feb. 14 to 16, featuring an action-packed, fun-filled weekend for riding enthusiasts of all ages, including performances by the Hub City Stunters, She Rides Night, the Yamaha Riding Academy and Harley Davidson’s Jump Start Program.
The show is the largest event of its kind in Atlantic Canada and provides a rare opportunity to check out the industry’s 2014 line-up, along with the latest in apparel, accessories and touring destinations – all under one roof. The new model showcase will have hundreds of ATVs, Side-by-Sides and scooters on display from the world’s top brands.
“Whether you’re a diehard rider or considering taking up the sport, the Motorcycle & ATV Show is a must-attend event,” show manager Neil Fardy said. “There is something to see and do for everyone, from a display of vintage bikes to hands-on riding for kids.”
The show kicks off with off Feb. 14 with She Rides Nite, an event that caters to the female rider, and gives them a 50 per cent discount on admission after 5 p.m.
Youth can also get in on the riding action at the Yamaha Riding Academy for Kids. The academy is a unique chance for kids, ages six to 12, to discover the excitement of off-road riding. After participants receive special instruction from certified trainers, kids can then take to the track and test their riding skills.
Throughout the weekend, the Hub City Stunters will be doing demonstrations of sport bike stunts, including wheelies, burnouts, stoppies and acrobatics. The show will highlight the talents of Martin Phinney of Dieppe, N.B.; Jorden Daigle, of Borden-Carleton, P.E.I.; and Trevor Wheatley, of Halifax.
In addition, Harley-Davidson’s Jump Start Program will give show-goers an opportunity to hop on a new Harley to test the engine sound and rpms. Plus, there will be a display of unique, rare and one-of-a-kind motorcycle and scooters, presented by the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Club.
For more information on show hours, ticket prices, features, and a list of exhibitors go to http://www.monctonmotorcycleshow.ca/ liking the show on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/motorcycleshowmoncton) or following the show on Twitter @thebikeshows.