SpeedTrix returns to the Ottawa Gatineau Auto Show, but this time virtually as part of the new AUTOS 360-Virtual Auto Show edition, with a whole new display of custom motorcycles.

These photos show a couple of fan favorties that will be featured as part of the online exhibit.

The physical auto show was cancelled when the COVID Pandemic first took hold of the country and the world, and the 2021 edition of the show was also cancelled as the Pandemic contined, but the show is pivoting. A virtual version is being designed and will offer information on new models and many of the features that were to be included in the last physical show, including the updated Speed Trix Exhibit.

Mike LeBreton of SpeedTrix says each bike his team builds is one-of-a-kind.

"We never do the same thing twice," said LeBreton. "We are bringing these bikes to the Ottawa Gatineau International Auto Show to show people what we can do. Every bike is custom built to the rider. We take measurements so the rider sits comfortably on the motorcycle. We measure legs, back and arms, and make the bike so your feets, knees, and hands are all in the right position. When you're not comfortable you're not safe".

SpeedTrix is located in Saint-André-d'Argenteuil Quebec. For bike enthusiasts the Canadian Iron coming out of the SpeedTrix studios is a source of national pride. Each bike is a piece of art that has propelled SpeedTrix to international fame, through word of mouth mentions, and also through the "History Channel" television show "Chopper Quebec".

For more information on SpeedTrix and their latest creations visit