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11th Annual Concord Community Bicycle Swap

  • S&W Sports 296 South Main Street Concord, NH, 03301 United States (map)

The Central New Hampshire Bicycling Coalition is holding the 11th Annual Concord Area Bicycle Swap with the goal of raising thousands of dollars to support bicycle programs and projects in Concord and the surrounding communities.

The bicycle swap is a fun event for families and for bicycle riders of all ages and abilities. Whether you re looking to buy, sell, or donate a bike, you don't want to miss this event!

Sale hours:

  • 9am - 5pm, Saturday 5/18

  • 9am - 1pm, Sunday 5/19

If you are planning on consigning a bike, drop-off times at the store are:

  • 11am - 6pm, Wednesday 5/15

  • 11am - 7pm, Thursday 5/16

  • 11am - 7pm, Friday 5/17

Bike donations are also accepted, those can be dropped off any time during store between now and the 17th. Department store type bikes will not be accepted as consignment, only donations.

If a consigned bike sells a the swap, the owner will receive 75% of the proceeds and 25% will be donated to CNHBC. Unsold bikes and/or checks will need to be picked up no later than May 22nd. Hours for pickup are:

  • 1pm - 5pm, Sunday 5/19

  • 10am - 7pm, Monday 5/20

  • 10am - 7pm, Tuesday 5/21

Any unsold bikes not picked up after the 21st will be donated to the CNHBC.

Be aware that this is a very well attended event and the line for credit card processing can take up to an hour, for quickest service please bring cash or check.

A designated area will be available for test rides, please bring your helmet. If you are uncertain about what kind of bike you want, our volunteers will be ready and willing to find the right bike for you!

CNHBC is a non-profit bicycling advocacy organization with a volunteer board of directors comprised of community members. With a goal of making bicycling safer, more enjoyable and more accessible. Projects include: bike valet parking, bike lane stenciling, the Merrimack River greenway trail, downtown bike parking, bike education courses, the recycled cycles program, views for refugees, and many others.

Earlier Event: May 7
Tuesday Night Road Ride