Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop Garage Sale In Everett Saturday

August 25, 2021

Events in Everett

If you or someone you know is looking for a bike, bike parts or would like to help out a great charity there’s an opportunity this Saturday the 28th as Sharing Wheels is having a Garage Sale!

Come find the coolest bike on the block!

Used bikes and all sorts of cool bike stuff will be on sale during the Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop garage sale, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28. The shop and sale are located at the back of the Broadway Mall building, 2531 Broadway Ave., Everett.

Sale items include classic and newer cruiser bikes for $100 or less, racks to transport bikes on cars, $20 “trail-a-bikes” that turn an adult bike into a tandem with a kid at the back, bike shoes, and excess, miscellaneous bike parts. Bring your imagination, and your wallet.

Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28

In the parking lot behind 2531 Broadway Ave., Everett, WA

Cruisers & Classics – ready to ride or turn into something different (singlespeed, garden bike, fixie) – $60-$100
Bike racks $15-$75 – trunk racks and hitch racks for your car, some like new Tag-along-attachments $20- turns your adult bike into a tandem for parent+ kid. Also known as “trail-a-bikes” Bike shoes, bike bags, accessories – $5-$10
Specialty wheels– Shimano electric hub; 26 x 4 in fat bike; set of PureFix singlespeed/fixed – $100.

If you’ve had trouble finding bikes or parts at regular shops, stop by. Sale items will be in our parking lot and garage. Inside the shop, Sharing Wheels has a huge selection of donated new and used bikes and parts at affordable prices every day.

We also need volunteers to help with the sale.

All sales benefit Sharing Wheels, a nonprofit dedicated to “keeping people and bikes moving.”

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