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Buy . Sell . Recycle . Demo . VeloSwap is not just an event, but a cultural experience!

VeloSwap is the world’s largest consumer bicycling and sports expo that celebrates all things cycling. This cultural cycling event is a not-to-be-missed experience where you can feel the pulse of the cycling community and rub elbows with like-minded-cyclists. At the VeloSwap, you have the opportunity to see, swap, buy and sell your new or used bikes, components and cycling accessories. You can also take part in cycling clinics hosted by cycling celebrities and industry experts, family events, product sampling and the all-new EcoVillage.

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How it works

To Buy – Simply come to the event and browse the many booths of bikes and bike equipment.  You will find new and used bikes, cycling clothing and accessories and tons of other sports related stuff.  There are great finds and there is junk.  Haggle ‘til you drop, and remember, cash is king.

To Sell – To sell product at VeloSwap you will need to purchase a booth space.  To do so, find your category here, then complete the form to register.  Although the name says swap, it is more of a buy and sell environment.

Reaching more than 10,000 people, VeloSwap tunes into energy consciousness and recycling for this year’s event in October in  Denver. We hope to see you there!


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Event Details


Saturday, November 03, 2018


09:00am - 04:00pm


4655 Humboldt St Denver, CO 80216
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