One of the largest motorcycle events in the entire United States will bring enthusiasts from all over the country to the Colorado Motorcycle Expo at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado, for the weekend of January 28-29, 2017. This major motorcycle event is open to the public and will be loaded with old and new 2016 motorcycles, parts and accessories, major manufacturers, and a huge amount of activities.
Don’t miss the Antique & Custom Motorcycle Show, Swap Meet, Motorcycle Auction, the Bikini Show, live music and more!
There is also a new motorcycle showcase will all major brands on display showing off the new 2015 model bikes and merchandise.
For an amazingly low $15 for a one day pass or $20 for a weekend pass, with kids age 12 and under free, all attractions are included. The parking charge per day is only $5 for motorcycles or $10 for cars and trucks. You can also buy a 3 day parking pass for $15 (cars) and $10 (bikes) Tickets can be purchased at the door, or you can buy them in advance at: https://ticketswest.com/events/colorado-motorcycle-expo/29970/ .
2015 New Motorcycle Showcase
Every major manufacturer will be on hand to show off the new 2015 model bikes and merchandise. Come see, Harley, Victory, Ducati, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, BMW, Triumph, Indian,
Antique & Custom Motorcycle Show
One of the largest in the country, and the biggest that the Rocky Mountain region has to offer, this 30-year-old show will present approximately 125 bikes in over a dozen competition categories. You can also get ideas from incredible bike builders who will show off their unique creations!
With over 800 booths, this largest motorcycle swap meet in the United States will feature an incredible amount of versatile retailers, accessories, an extensive motorcycle new and used parts inventory, gear, clothing, helmets, information on motorcycle clubs, tattoos, expertise shared by manufacturer representatives, event information, and so much more in the way of bike and rider treasures.
Live Music with Great Local BandsThe bands will play Friday through Sunday on the arena stage, and the music style is expected to be blues and/or classic rock.