2018 Calgary Motorcycle Show photo gallery

Motorcycle and ATV enthusiasts converged on BMO Centre for the 2018 instalment of the Calgary Motorcycle Show

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Black Suzuki SV650X ABS for 2018.

Recall the glory days with Suzuki’s neo-retro SV650X ABS for 2018. — Spencer Shellborn photo

It’s motorcycle show season here in Western Canada, which means the Calgary Motorcycle Show rolled into Stampede Park on January 5 to 7, 2018. For three days, BMO Centre was abuzz with riders of all ages, checking out the latest street and dirt bikes, plus riding gear, apparel and safety products. The industry’s top ATV and UTV manufacturers also had their four-wheel lineups on display.

Our magazine’s motorcycle technician, Phil Budiselich, along with RidersWest correspondents Eddy Bell and Spencer Shellborn, were in attendance, bringing back with them the following photo highlights: 

Freestyle motocross show.

The Ground N’ Gravity freestyle show was a big hit, featuring champion FMX riders Keith Sayers, Chad Bauman and multiple XGames XFighters champ Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg. — Spencer Shellborn photo

Blue, red and black BMW adventure bike.

BMW Motorrad had its flagship adventure bike for the International GS Trophy on display. This epic motorcycle adventure takes place every two years. In 2018, it will be held June 3 to 10, 2018, in Mongolia. — Spencer Shellborn photo

Vintage-style black motorcycle from Suzuki.

The TU250X from Suzuki is a retro-style cruiser that matches modern conveniences and reliability with a fuel-efficient ride. — Spencer Shellborn photo

Red and black Gold Wing.

Honda’s iconic touring machine received a complete update for 2018 and showgoers were eager to have a closer look at the all-new Gold Wing. — Phil Budiselich photo

After Calgary, Canada’s only travelling motorcycle show series hits Edmonton, then Vancouver before heading east to Quebec, Toronto and Montreal. For more information, see the website.


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