Bike Swap February 1st

Early Season Bike Swap

9:30 am Saturday, February 1, 2014


All cyclists welcome!

Proceeds will benefit bicycle riders from

Noon Day Ministries

Sign-up for a table – bikefunsafe at gmail dot com

from NDM website

There will be a bike swap at Trek Superstore on Saturday February 1st.  Tables will be available for $20.00 and you can sign-up by emailing me.  There aren’t any other fees or service charges to sellers or buyers.  Sign-up is only necessary so that we have enough tables for everyone.  Doors open for sellers at 9 am and for buyers at 9:30, continuing till 1:00 pm.


Proceeds will benefit the outreach of Duke City Wheelmen, together with the folks from Trek, to bicycle riders who receive services at Noon Day Ministries.
You will need to be ready with your own cash box and all the unwanted bike parts you can find in your garage.  Trek is helping me publicizing this Bike Swap but we can always use your help getting the word out to as many cyclists as possible.
If you end up with items that don’t sell, you can consider donating them to DCW.  Previous donations like this have been used in two main ways.  We use what we can to fix and improve bikes the come to us at Noon Day and items that don’t work for that use are sold.  Funds from these sales help to purchase the lights, reflective stickers, tires, tire liners and other items we use at Noon Day.  We have been working once a month at Noon Day since July 2012.
Our next day there will be January 20, 2014, from 9:00 am to about 12:00 pm.  Stop by to check it out if you are in the neighborhood!
Thanks everyone for all your support of this and other DCW efforts.
Ride On!
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About jb

I have been riding a bicycle throughout New Mexico and the US for over 30 years. Drawn into advocacy for safer cycling after my long time cycling friend Paula Higgins was killed by a driver in 2006, my efforts have grown and expanded since that time. Join me in working towards safer streets and highways for all New Mexico road users.

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