For the first time, the Wisconsin Bike Fed will co-host a Bike Swap in La Crosse in partnership with Logan Bike Works, and after-school bike program for students. If you have old bikes, parts, accessories or cycling clothing gathering dust in your basement, why not bring them to the 1st Annual La Crosse Bike Swap and turn them into cash. If you are looking for anything, this is your chance to pick it up at pennies on the dollar.

For years people in La Crosse had to drive to the Twin Cities, Madison or Milwaukee to experience a bike swap. We feel the Driftless Region has enough of a cycling culture to support our own swap meet, and we couldn’t have a better partner than the kids at Logan Bike Works, an after-school program where middle school students can learn bicycle maintenance skills and bicycle safety and earn a bicycle.February 23rd 10 am -2 pm

Click on the image to download a PDF of our cool swap poster you can print and display:

  • Logan Middle School, 1450 Avon Street , La Crosse, WI 54603
  • Vendors $25 individuals or non-profits; $75 retailers
  • $5 to sell a bike at the bike corral
  • $3 general admission; kids 12 and under free

If all you want to do is sell a bike or two, you don’t need to pay for a table. Just come on the day of the swap, and pay $5 to put each bike in our bike corral. Include your mobile phone number or a description of yourself so anyone interested in your bike can get in touch with you while you shop. Any bikes left at 2pm will be donated to Logan Bike Works. All negotiations are between seller and buyer,Special Offer on Bike Swap tables!  $5 off for individuals and nonprofits and $10 off for retailers who register before February 10th!  Click here to reserve and register a vendor table  Use discount code “$5off” for individuals/nonprofits and “$10off” for retailers at checkout!

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