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Denver's VeloSwap expects 8,000-plus attendees this weekend

Published November 2, 2017
The bike swap meet and expo is now in its 28th year.

DENVER, Colo. (BRAIN) — Organizers of this weekend's VeloSwap consumer bike swap and expo are expecting more than 8,000 attendees and 350-plus vendors, which include individuals, retailers, suppliers, teams and other groups selling used and new gear. Suppliers also will show new products and offer demos and instructional clinics.

The one-day event is Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the National Western Complex. 

Advance tickets are available online at and at all Performance Bike shops along the Front Range.

"VeloSwap is a celebration of the cycling lifestyle, offering can't-miss deals for cyclists in the Denver area for almost three decades," said Reese Brown, the event's director. "It's truly the ultimate bargain treasure hunt for cycling enthusiasts, where people can buy, sell or trade gear, parts or bikes."

 The 2017 VeloSwap will feature an expanded EcoVillage, New Product Showcase, product sampling, family events and more.

More information at or The National Western Complex is at 4655 Humboldt Street in Denver.

Topics associated with this article: Consumer Expos and Rides

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