Milwaukee Bike Swap

The Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin along with the Milwaukee Junior Cycling Team and UW-M Cycling Club present the Milwaukee Area Bike Swap:

Sunday December 4th  10am-3pm
2200 E Kenwood Blvd- UW-Milwaukee Union 2nd floor Ballroom
$5 admission /$3 with any school student ID
kids 12 and under are free

This will be the 4th annual Milwaukee area bike swap with vendors from Illinois, Alabama, Iowa and all across Wisconsin. Retail shops will offer closeout prices and individuals will be selling their parts accessories, clothing, complete bikes, and more! All proceeds will benefit the UWM Cycling Club and Milwaukee Bicycle Works.

This is a great opportunity to clear out your old and surplus bicycle gear and find great deals for yourself. Have a bike or two to sell?  You can put it in the Bike Corral for just $5. Have a bunch of orphaned parts gathering dust?  Get together with some friends or teammates and register for a table to sell you stuff.

For those looking for deals or hard to find parts, retailers, individuals, and clubs will be in attendance with everything from parts and accessories to clothing and complete bikes at huge discounts! And for those filled with the spirit of giving, this is the perfect place to get those holiday presents for the cycling enthusiast in your life!

Click HERE to register online before Dec 1st

If you have questions, contact Jake at the Bike Fed via email: jacob.newborn@bfw.org

SIGN UP TODAY TO GET PRIORITY BOOTHS!

Booths are one 8 ft rectangle table with 2 chairs and include free wifi. Prices are $40 for individuals per table. Cost is $150 Retailers and includes 2 tables. Each additional table is $35 for individuals and $50 for retailers. After November 18th prices go up to $45/table for individuals.

Event happens snow or shine!

 

 

About Dave Schlabowske, Deputy Director

Dave was the first full-time staff member hired to open the Bike Fed's Milwaukee office 11 years ago. A former professional photographer and life-long Milwaukee resident, Dave lives with his wife Liz and daughter Frankie in the Washington Heights neighborhood on Milwaukee's west side.

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