Frequently Asked Questions About the CME
These are Frequently Asked Questions for Expo visitors. Look at what past customers have said about the CME! If you have questions about being a vendor at the swap, or entering your bike in the show, then click here.
- What is the CME?
The Colorado Motorcycle Expo is a celebration of all things motorcycle! It’s several different attractions rolled into one great weekend. We’ve got: (i) the country’s largest indoor Motorcycle Swap Meet with about 800 booths; (ii) The Largest Custom & Antique Motorcycle Show in the Rocky Mountain Region with @ 100 Bikes; (iii) Miss CME Wet T Shirt Contest (v) On site tattooing and piercing, (vi) Charity Auction, (vii) Bike Corral (viii) Live Music and much more!
When is it?
The next show’s date are January 27-28, 2018.
What hours are you open?
Saturday: 9:00am- 7:00pm and Sunday 9:00am- 4:00pm
Where is it?
At the National Western Complex 4655 Humboldt Street, Denver, CO 80216. It’s at the intersection of I-70 and Washington Street, about ½ mile east of the intersection of I-25 and I-70.
How much are tickets?
$20 for the entire weekend, and $15 for a one-day pass
Is everything included?
Yes, all attractions listed in section 1 above are included.
Are Kids Free?
Yes, Kids 12 and under are Free.
What is the charge for parking?
Ok, stay with us here cause this can get complicated. On Saturday the facility charges $10 for cars and $5 for motorcycles. You can get a weekend parking pass for $15, so make sure to do that on Saturday if you are coming both days. Sunday parking is $8 for cars and $5 for motorcycles. Sorry, but these charges are from the facility and we have no control over them, nor do we receive any of the revenue.
Can I purchase tickets in advance?
Yes tickets can be purchased at the door the day of the event or you can avoid the line and buy them by clicking Colorado Motorcycle Expo Tickets.
Are there any restrictions on what I can bring in?
Yes the following items are strictly prohibited at the CME:
Guns (including concealed carry permit holders)
Weapons – This includes brass knuckles, no large sticks and no spikes. (walking canes are allowed)
Drugs (of any kind)
Water bottles unless factory sealed or empty
Bags larger than: 10”x10”x3”