Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bicycle Swap Meet: April 10th/11th

Mark Rainey alerted me to this one:

With the previous "big" bike swap meet venue closing up shop last year, it looks like Bike America picked up the slack. Looks like a perfect opportunity to offload some of your extra stuff or score some sweet deals.

Bicycle Swap Meet

Saturday, April 10th from 7:00 a.m. to 5: p.m.
Sunday, April 11th from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Free to the Public

Buy! Trade! Sell!

Bike America of Overland Park, KS has leased space adjacent to our 95th & Nall location for this 2 day event. Bring your merchandise, bring your tables, bring your cash. This will be a bike bargain hunter's paradise. With 20 years worth of accumulated bikes and bike parts, merchandise from half a dozen stores that closed their doors! Expect great deals on new and used bike-related goods, from complete bikes to small parts. You never know exactly what vendors will bring to sell and what treasures you will find. Don't miss this two-day-only sale!

BIKE AMERICA
9514 Nall Avenue, Overland Park, KS
(913) 381-5431

Bike America merchandise is cash & carry, all sales final, no returns, no exchanges

2 comments:

Meredith and Ben said...

Hey Noah,

I'm really interested in going to this Bike Swap but I've never been to one before. Should I show up at 7am? or will nobody in their right mind be there? Do I just hang around for a couple hours and see who shows up to swap stuff? or is there a time of day that is best for these things?

Ben Barreth
Fellow KC Bike Commuter

Noah said...

Judging from some of the other swap meets KC had in the past, I'd say people probably will be there bright and early, but not everyone. It's like a neighborhood garage sale, though, where sellers can come and go as they please, so you never really know what you'll get. I don't think there's a "best time of the day" to be there.

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