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Posted on: April 21, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Bike Swap is Saturday, April 22nd at the Fair and Expo Center.

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Grab life by the handlebars and start pedaling this spring! The Spokane Bike Swap & Expo is Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 9am – 4pm at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center with the proceeds benefiting regional charitable organizations. Admission is $5 and kids and under are FREE, plus there is FREE parking!

The Spokane Bike Swap is a one stop shop to sell, upgrade and buy new or used bicycles and accessories. Check out the local bike shops, bike clubs, bike and outdoor events happening in our community plus much more! And you won’t want to miss the famous bike corral where you can find all kinds of bikes including kids, racing, road, mtn bikes, commuter, recumbent, BMX, tandems, cruisers, tri-bikes, trailer bikes, buggies and more. Great deals await with a great selection!

Persons interested in selling a bike can register their bike on-line at Registering early will help expedite bike check-in on Friday, April 21 from 3p-7p. Bike registration is $5 and will be waived if you donate a bike. We need kids’ bikes too! The registration fee is waived on kid’s bikes with 20” rims or smaller and priced $50 or less. For all bikes that sell, a 10% consignment fee will be assessed. If you are interest in selling your bike, this is the place to do it! Thousands of people interesting in biking will be at this event checking out all the deals!

The goal of the Spokane Bike Swap event is to enhance the biking community by providing an inclusive venue with affordable bicycles that can be used for recreation, health, fitness, and transportation.

Many thanks to our Spokane Bike Swap sponsors including Spokane County, Spokane Transit, Canopy Credit Union, WSDOT, STCU, GSI Outdoors, Water Wise Spokane, OutThere Outdoors, Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency, Baddlands Cycling Club, Renewal by Andersen and Wildrose Graphics. 

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