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VeloSwap

VeloSwap presented by Saris is America’s most popular consumer bicycle swap and expo. Coming to Denver’s National Western Complex on November 7, VeloSwap will feature 500 vendors offering thousands of bicycling’s best brands. Tickets and vendor booths are now available for purchase at veloswap.com.

How it works

To Buy – Come to the event, browse the many booths of bikes and bike equipment, haggle ‘til you drop, and remember, cash is king. As always, when you renew your Bicycle Colorado membership at VeloSwap (we’ll have staff and volunteers at the entrance) you get a free ticket in to the event! You can also purchase your ticket online, but we encourage you to sign up at the door because it’s a fun and easy way to support Bicycle Colorado and bike advocacy.

To Sell – To sell product at VeloSwap you will need to purchase a booth space.  To do so, please click here for more information.  Although the name says swap, it is more of a buy and sell environment.

Jerseys at VeloSwap

Your chance to win, thanks to Saris and Zwift

VeloSwap’s presenting sponsor, Saris, has partnered with Zwift to offer head-to-head racing to show attendees on the main stage throughout the day! Bikes will be available and set up on Saris’ all-new H3 direct drive trainer, and Zwift will set the virtual race course and score the day’s winners. Participants will be vying for prizes including a Saris H3 Trainer & TD1 Trainer Desk, a Zwift membership, VeloPress books, and annual subscriptions to VeloNews. No equipment is required to participate.

VeloSwap is the largest bike swap in America!

VeloSwap is America’s biggest consumer bike swap and brings together more bicycling enthusiasts, retailers and manufacturers than any other in North America. This year they expected 10,000 enthusiastic shoppers to attend. At VeloSwap, attendees will find end-of-season, clearance pricing on the best brands of road bikes, mountain bikes, commuter bikes, apparel, cycling helmets, road and mountain bicycling shoes, vintage and modern components, books, cycling arts & crafts and memorabilia and much more.

Those who attend can demo bikes, try on apparel for size and personally inspect items so they know they are getting a good deal. VeloSwap is also a fun treasure hunting opportunity for those seeking holiday gifts and rare treasures or for collectors interested in Colorado’s storied bicycling past. Be sure to get your free ticket in to the event by renewing your membership with Bicycle Colorado at the door, or by becoming a member for the first time! Tickets to VeloSwap are also on sale now at veloswap.com and Eventbrite. Vendor booths are now available at veloswap.com.

Swappers at VeloSwap

VeloSwap is more than just a bike swap. Tapping partners from Colorado’s vibrant bicycling community, VeloSwap will offer a variety of useful programming. VeloSwap partner organizations include Bicycle Colorado, Bicycle Aurora, Bike Blue, Bike Jeffco, Community Cycles, Lucky Bikes, Project Bike Tech, Wish for Wheels, Roll Massif and dozens of top retailers from all over the U.S. and from neighboring states of Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico and Utah.

VeloSwap’s impact and support of Bicycle Colorado

VeloSwap is part of Pocket Outdoor Media, which is the world’s leading publisher of running, cycling and triathlon content. From web to print, podcast to social, Pocket Outdoor Media content is best-in-class. Their brands include VeloNews, Triathlete, Women’s Running, PodiumRunner, Bicycle Retailer & Industry News, and VeloPress, the world’s leading publisher of books on endurance sports. Thank you to Pocket Outdoor Media for supporting Bicycle Colorado as a member and partner to make bicycling better and safer.

We’ll see you at the door, where you can buy your ticket directly from your friends at Bicycle Colorado!

 

Event details

VeloSwap presented by Saris

Saturday, November 7, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

National Western Complex

Mountain bikes at VeloSwap

Event Details

When:

Saturday, November 07, 2020

Time:

09:00am - 04:00pm

Location

4655 Humboldt St Denver, CO 80216
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