The Spokane Bike Swap & Expo is your region's only biking and biking equipment event featuring hundreds of new and used bikes. Over 60 exhibitors sell new bicycles, accessories and promote their products and services - including cycling events, health and wellness programs and recreational non-profits. Here are more details about the event:

  • April 12 – Bike Consignment – Got a bike to sell?

    • Go to www.SpokaneBikeSwap.com to register your bike
    • Bring your bike on Friday, April 12 between 3pm – 8pm
      • $5 registration fee for each bike (no fee for kid’s bike under $50)
    • If your bike sells, there will be a 10% consignment fee
    • Pick up your check or bike if it doesn’t sell on Saturday, April 13 between 6-7pm
  • April 13th – Day of Event

    • Go to Entertainment & Education for raffle prizes and chances to win!
      • Adult Mtn Bike donate by Bike Hub and a kids bike donated by REI
    • Enjoy and explore over 60 exhibitors
    • Learn how to put your bike on a bus
  • Peruse the Bike Corral – over 800 bikes registered to sell

    • Kids 14 and under that buy a bike in the bike corral will receive a free kids helmet while supplies last
  • 150 Volunteers needed for Friday & Saturday

  • Spokane Bike Swap Proceeds Benefit

    • Big Brother Big Sisters of the Inland NW

The Spokane Bike Swap & Expo was initiated by the Spokane County Commute Trip Reduction Office, in conjunction with Sterling Bank. Partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters, the volunteer Bike Swap Team coordinate this one-day event and lead active roles in the community.

Spokane Bike Swap and Expo is the biggest “garage sale” for used bicycles in our region and offers something for everyone. It is a wonderful way to donate or consign bikes you have outgrown, don’t ride or want to upgrade. It also provides affordable bikes for those who cannot afford to purchase a new one.

Thanks to sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers and attendees, Spokane Bike Swap & Expo is a wonderful annual community event that continues to grow in popularity. At last year's event, over 800 bikes were registered and nearly 700 bikes sold in the bike corral. Over 60 exhibitors were on-hand including 13 local bike shops.