Time to get rid of the old bike and look for something new at the bike swap that goes this Sunday at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club.

Nelson Cycling Club holding bike swap on Sunday

The annual bike swap is also the club’s biggest fundraiser of the year and will take place at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club

Every spring, bicycle hungry folks look forward to the Nelson Cycling Club bike swap to buy gently used bikes for all ages at great prices. The swap is also an opportunity to sell the biking gear that you no longer use or no longer fits. Mountain bikes, road bikes, children’s bikes, parts, clothing and accessories are all welcome at the bike swap.

The annual bike swap is also the club’s biggest fundraiser of the year and will take place at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club on Sunday.

The public is invited to drop off items for sale between 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. this Sunday. The sale will begin at 12:30 p.m. sharp and end at 2:30 p.m.

Nelson Cycling Club members pay a 10 per cent commission on all sold items to a maximum of $75 per item. Non-members pay a 20 per cent commission up to a maximum of $100 per item. Only cash and cheques will be accepted.

Memberships will be available for sale/renewal at the swap.

For more information you can call Helen or Darcey at 250-352-6654.

 

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