The 29th annual Toronto bike show was this past weekend and it did not fail to live up to expectations. The countless amount of deals, information and excitement led to another successful spring show.
This years highlights were much more than just great sale prices, the crowds were drawn to the amazing events and great competitions.
We start at the Velodrome! The mini Velodrome was built specifically for the Toronto Bicycle Show and was a major attraction. Many people got to test their skills on this compact Velodrome and received tips from the pro’s hosting this station.
The BMX flatland competition was hosted by the Canadian Freestyle organization and attracted some of the worlds best flatland freestylers. This flatland competition is the biggest in Canada and it did not fail to disappoint!
For more information and the results of this competition visit the page below.
Bike Polo Toronto hosted the Great Winter Classic and featured local teams, North American teams and even teams from as far as Australia! This innovative team sport resulted in an exciting tournament for all the spectators.
For more information around this event and Bike Polo Toronto visit the page below.
On the way to the next event we needed to recharge, so we stopped for some excellent coffee from the Wandering Bean!
Trevor Bodogh hosted the bike trial area and it definitely put a new perspective on the types of things someone can do on a bike. Trevor demonstrated track stands, stunts and many other types of skills that were very impressive to witness.
Check Trevor out on the page below.
The Toronto X-Jam competition must have had the largest crowd of the entire show. This event was hosted by wethepeople and featured some of the world’s best BMX freestyle professionals. This event was high flying with the riders really pushing the limits, which resulted in a great overall competition.