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We've teamed up with Pfaff Harley-Davidson to host an outdoor movie night featuring some new moto films along with a few of our favourites from last year's Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival. Ride in, drive in, or walk in. Bring a chair, a blanket, your best bud and join us under the stars on August 28 at 8:15 PM.

Admission is FREE but please help us plan by registering here.


Featured Films

Klocked: Women with Horsepower


Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 43 minutes

Directed by: Michelle Bauer Carpenter

Country: U.S.A.

One of our favourites from TMFF 2017, this is the story of Laura Klock and her two daughters, Erika and Karlee, who are the first mother, daughter, daughter trio in land speed racing history to set records at the same time. | Read more >


Motorcycle Diaries - A Journey to the Highest Village in the World


Release Year: 2018

Runtime: 22 minutes

Directed by: Carlos Costa

Country: Australia

With very little prep, Carlos and David set off from South America on a motorcycle journey from the desert up the the Highest Village in the world at 5,100 meters above sea level.


Why We Ride to the Quail


Release Year: 2018

Runtime: 15 minutes

Directed by: Bryan Carroll

Country: U.S.A.

What motivates motorcyclists to participate in charity rides? This short film looks at the We Ride to the Quail charity ride and tries to answer that question by exploring the human factor, common bond and passion among the riders.


Hill Climb


Release Year: 2017

Runtime: 11 minutes

Directed by: Nick Nummerdor and Andrew J. Morgan

Country: U.S.A.

A fan favourite from TMFF 2017, Hill Climb offers a candid look into the nearly 100 year tradition of the Mt. Garfield All Pro Motorcycle Hillclimb. The film is a snapshot of the riders, their bikes, and the enthusiasts that camp out on the shores of Lake Michigan for this exciting historic event. | Read more >


The Sobbing Scooterist


Release Year: 2017

Runtime: 6 minutes

Directed by: Liza Miller

Country: U.S.A.

Be kind and wave to all bikers. You never know how much it can hurt when you don't. The Sobbing Scooterist is sure to be a favourite at this year's Festival. We love it so much, we're giving you a first look. | Read more >


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