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Promoting the sport, enthusiasts, vendors, and the region.

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About Motorado

Motorado is a motorcycle club and motorcycle events producer located in Eldorado at Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Our goal is to promote the enjoyment and participation of motorcycle sports of all kinds. We seek to promote the sport, the enthusiasts, the vendors, and the region.

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Motorado Classic Motorcycle Show 2015

The Motorado folks are beginning the planning for this year's 2015 show. The website is getting its yearly cleaning and prep for all the new sponsors, news and info for the show. So the website will be transforming soon to bring you all the details about the Motorado Classic Motorcycle Show.

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Upcoming news blips about the show and other regional news will be here.

Silver City Blues & Bike Festival May 22-24, 2015

Show - Sunday
June 21st 2015,
Father's Day.

Exhibit Time:

10am to 3pm!

Set your GPS to

35-32-11.86 N
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105-53-23.93 W

Don't Miss It!

Whether you are a motorcyclist or just looking for a fun afternoon, this is the place to be on Father’s Day. The show will take place in the La Tienda parking area. La Tienda is a shopping/community center located just outside of Santa Fe in the Eldorado Community. Commercial campgrounds are conveniently located nearby.

From 10am to 3pm, classic motorcycles will be on display. The bikes will be judged and awards presented to the best in their categories. Bring your camera to photograph rare and beautiful motorcycles and chat with their owners to learn all about each bike. Many sponsors will display their products and services.

Click Here for more information about La Tienda and detailed directions.

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Click on the links below for either
Exhibitor or Sponsor Registration Forms.

Exhibitor Form is coming soon!
Sponsor Registration Form Download

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Here are more photos from the 2013 Show at our ShutterFly Photo Site.

LINK HERE

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Copyright 2012 Motorado, LLC. Web site design by George McCaul

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