The second annual Revelstoke Bike Swap takes place this Sunday at the Forum.

Bike swap being held Sunday

The North Columbia Environmental Society is hosting the second annual Bike Swap at the arena on Sunday.

  • Apr. 30, 2015 1:00 p.m.

The North Columbia Environmental Society is hosting the second annual Bike Swap at the arena on Sunday.

The swap is an opportunity to buy and sell used gear, ranging from townie cruisers to mountain bikes, as well as bike accessories and clothing. Skookum Cycle will be on hand with deals on new & used gear.

If you have used gear you want to sell, you can drop it off at the arena from 9:30–11 a.m. At that time, the doors will open to the public.

It costs $2 to sell an item, and $2 to enter. The NCES will take a 10 per cent commission on sales over $1,000, and 15 per cent on sales of under $1,000.

All proceeds support the NCES.

For more information, see Facebook.

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