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2008 Toronto Motorcycle Show
By David Hensby

The annual Toronto Motorcycle Show was held in early January right next to Toronto's main airport.

Celebrating 37 years of shows, the Canadian Speedway Racing Association was once again right there, to promote the awareness of speedway racing to the motorcycle fan!

The event was attended by thousands of motorcycling fans from all over the world. Jeff Orosz and Tim Murray pictured with Emily Hensby were interviewed many times on stage throughout the weekend and received awards of achievement for the 2007 speedway season.

Jeff and Tim were also promoting their Canadian Speedway supply business - GT Tuning Canada.

The other people are riders - Terry Rideout and our female rider, Corinne Franic with Emily Hensby

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This article was first published on 17th January 2008

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