Monday, December 7, 2009

Why You Should Stop by the Yamaha Exhibit at the Toronto Motorcycle Show

With the latest bikes, live presentations, autograph signings and the
Yamaha Riding Academy, there’s a lot to see and do from Yamaha.

It’s time to usher in the 2010 riding season at the Toronto Motorcycle Show! Yamaha will have all the new models you’ll want to see including the revolutionary YZ450F, stylish Stratoliner Deluxe and MotoGP inspired FIAT Yamaha R1. Come sit on your favourite ride and find out What Kind of Yamaha you are! While you’re in the booth, sign up as a “FAN” on our Facebook page - ( - and you’ll have your chance to win a $5000 Yamaha shopping spree! Draw prizes also available to be won each day by filling out a ballot.

Vicki Grey from headlines “She Rides Night” on Friday in the Yamaha booth, answering questions from show patrons about women and riding. She will also be conducting new model introductions with Yamaha Motorcycle Product Manager John Bayliss all weekend.

Canada’s fastest motocross rider and MX1 Champion, Colton Facciotti, will be signing posters on Saturday AND Sunday from 11am – 12pm and 2pm - 3pm. Facciotti has won back to back MX1 championships and is busy preparing for another title defense atop the all-new YZ450F. Don’t miss your chance to shake hands with the Team Yamaha Red Bull Blackfoot Fox Racing ace and take home a souvenir.

The Yamaha Riding Academy will be in full swing, training youngsters between the ages of 6 – 12 the basics of riding an off-road bike. No experience necessary. Yamaha instructors will be on hand to ensure your child gets proper instruction. This is the best way to introduce your child to the world of two wheels, and it’s FREE!

All this from Yamaha and a whole lot more. We’ll see you at the show!

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Media Contact:

Bryan Hudgin – PR Specialist, Yamaha Motor Canada

T: 416 498-1911 Email:


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