The Canton Lions Club will be holding its second annual "Classic Motorcycle Show" on Saturday, May 12th, 2018 at the Canton Fireman's Field located just south of town on Route 14 in Canton, PA.

This year's show will feature a collection of classic British motorcycles from the Ed Fisher Collection, along with a hand picked selection of Japanese bikes from the Bob Logue museum and custom & vintage bikes from the Tom Sephton Collection. 

The Grand Marshal of this year will be Jerry Young, "the father of observed trials" in the United States. Jerry is the 1972 National Champion and father of six-time National Champion Ryan Young.

We welcome anyone with a 1990 or older year model bike to display their motorcycle for judging.

In addition to these classics, we encourage anyone to bring a motorcycle for display, regardless of year, make or model.

Following the motorcycle judging, we will be holding a "POKER RUN", which you can learn more about by clicking the link in the top right corner of the page.

A concession stand will be set up at the fairgrounds and all concessions will be provided by the Canton Fire Department and the Canton Lions Club. 

There will be no entry fee for the motorcycle show and no gate admission fee, but everyone is asked to bring a non-perishable food item to drop in the box at the gate as a donation to the Canton Food Pantry. A donation bucket will also be in place if you would like to make a donation to the club with all proceeds from the event going to the Lions Club Sight Conservation Fund.

T-shirts for the event will be available for purchase.