Why go to the Bike Swap?
It’s simply a cool event which is a great opportunity to buy and sell anything bike related. Look for bikes, gear, and equipment, and see your riding buddies in the middle of winter. It’s a great way to spend a day in March. We will also feature an education and information kiosk where you can visit tables from local charity bike rides, The Wabash Trace, Trails Have our Respect, cross- country self-contained touring,BRAN, and the bicycle and pedestrian advocacy community.
Clean out the garage, closets and attic and take your stuff to the swap meet! Upgrade your old bike, Build an almost new one.
Sell Your Stuff
Q1: Who can sell stuff at the Bike Swap?
A: Anyone can sell stuff at the swap. Tables are $40 which includes admission for two. 10’ X 10’ expo spaces with table, $80.
Q2: What can I sell at the Bike Swap?
A: Most people sell bicycles and related equipment, gear, and accessories but we also have clubs and advocacy groups renting tables as well.
Q3: How big is a table? Can I rent more than one table?
A: The tables are 8’ x 2.5’ long and yes you can rent as many tables as you need. Expo spaces are 10’ x 10’ and include one table. Expo vendors can bring one additional table.Please register in advance to ensure space and tables.
Q4: Does the table include any chairs?
A: Yes each table and expo space comes with two chairs.
Q5: Can I select where my table is going to be?
A: No but we will try to honor requests as much as possible. Sign up early to help insure any special requests.
Q6: Do I need to sign up early?
A: Yes we highly encourage you to sign up in advance to ensure we have enough tables and adequate space.
Q7: Can I rent a table the day of the swap?
A: Yes we will have extra tables for people to rent the day of the event but to ensure we have enough tables and adequate space we highly encourage registering in advance.
Q8: Do you rent half tables?
A: No, to make things simple we are only renting whole tables but you are free to make your own arrangements to share a table with someone. Note table rentals come with admission for two people.
Q9: My I share a table with someone?
A: Yes, but it’s up to you to find someone and work out details. Note: Table rentals come with admission for two people.
Q10: Does the Lied Fitness Center have public WiFi?
Hosted by the Omaha Pedlars Bicycle Club. The OPBC is a social & recreational club with members of all cycling skills and interests. Our objective is to provide a high quality recreational ride program with a friendly, social atmosphere. Our rides are open to the general public. Ride on!
Admission: $5 or $3 with a can of food to be donated to the Heart Ministry food pantry.
Kids under 12, free.