Shifting Gears Bellingham Bike Swap

Spring is here - find a new ride or sell your old one at the Bellingham Bike Swap! Let's make biking more accessible and celebrate our biking community this May!

Whether you're attending to find an affordable, gently used bike, are selling your gently used gear/bike, or simply like the idea of celebrating our biking community with bikes & beer, the Bike Swap is a place for everyone! 

Bike Swap Timeline: 

🚲 7AM - 10AM: GEAR/BIKE DROP OFF Drop your gently used gear at Boundary Bay Brewery to sell. 

🚲 1PM - 5PM: SHOP THE SWAP! Shop used bikes and gear at an affordable price. Checks, cash, and credit cards are accepted. 

🚲 6PM - 8PM: UNSOLD GEAR & CHECKS PICK UP Collect any unsold gear and/or checks for sold gear at the end of the swap. 

WANT TO SELL YOUR GEAR? If you are selling a bike, please register your bike to ensure we have space! Visit 


Starts: May 07, 2023

Time: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Admission: Free!

Location: Boundary Bay Brewery
1107 Railroad Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225

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Produced By: Shifting Gears

Contact Person: Krysy Steckler


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