Due to COVID-19 this event has officially been canceled. Please see our email to event registrants for details on donating or refunding your registration.

The safety of our riders, volunteers, and staff is our first priority and we have been given enough information to make this decision with confidence that it is the right one for all of our communities and partners.

See our COVID-19 resource page for more information on how to bike and recreate responsibly during the pandemic.

Seattle Bike Swap

Sunday, June 14, 2020

Seattle Center, Exposition Hall

The Seattle Bike Swap is the bike community at its best. Neighbors helping neighbors buy and sell a trove of bicycle treasures, new and old. Find a great selection of bikes and bike-related goods of all types and sizes. It's a good idea to come with cash, but some sellers may take credit. This is a fun day for scouting out the perfect addition to your collection--or learning about options if you're new to bicycling.  This huge sale is one day only, so don't miss out!

There will also be a number of area non-profits attending.  Whether you're a woman looking to connect with Evergreen Mountain Bike Club's riding group "the Crank Sisters," or you just want to find more about Bike Works or Outdoors for All, this is a great chance to connect with bicycling non-profits from around the region! 

Ticket Type Entry Price
General Admission 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. $8 online / $10 at the door
Early Entry Admission 8:00 a.m. $20 online / $25 at the door
*Kids 15 and under are free all day.

For 2020, we're emphasizing online prepaid tickets.  On the event Sunday, we will have one cash till for entry, and several cashiers for credit card paid entry.

*All tickets are non-refundable

By creating a free account on cascade.org, you are joining the Cascade community!

MORE BIKE SWAP DETAILS AND INFORMATION

The Cascade Bicycle Club would like to acknowledge that we are on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe.