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2014 Bicycle Swap Meet
Written by TJ_Zydel   
Sunday, 16 March 2014 10:16


Sunday, April 13, 2014
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Getzville Fire Co: Station 1
630 Dodge Road, Getzville, NY

Get ready to find your new or used bike for the  biking season at the 2014 WNYMBA Swap Meet.  Meet other mountain & road bikers from around WNY, and hang out and listen to a live DJ rock the house.  Lots of fun just hanging out.


  • Bike shops selling new & used bikes
  • Vendors selling bike accessories
  • Used bike corral (sell your old bike or buy a "new to you" bike)
  • Live DJ spinning tunes
  • Food & drinks for sale
  • Hang out & meet other riders
  • Family atmosphere
  • Mountain & road bikes


This event is is for families, commuters, fitness and sports riders, collectors, and bicyclists of all kinds. Admission will be free for the general public, and there is plenty of free parking. Refreshments will also be sold.

The event will be an opportunity for the entire bicycling community to gather for a day to talk bikes and to buy, sell or trade bicycle related items in preparation for the 2014 bicycle season. It will be a venue for local bicycle shops to display new, discontinued or close-out items, and good used equipment.

Table space can also be rented by individuals to sell or trade parts and supplies. The SWAP includes the ever-popular Bike Corral where individuals can drop off any bike and for a $5 donation to the club we'll try to sell your used bicycle (s)

This is a great way to trade up your child's bike or find a new ride for yourself. For more information regarding the Swap, contact Joe Crumlish


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