Swap Meet Success. Thank you, all!

We had our Spring Bike-Love Swap Meet today, and it was a rousing success.  We had a great turn-out by both vendors and buyers.  Highlights, you ask?

  • The beautiful handmade New Orleans-themed seat covers made by Julianne.
  • The guy who sold a ton of fixie-bits out of the back of his Audi who was in from SF and found our listing on Craigslist.
  • The green baby boa constrictor wrapped around the young girls neck, which brought back childhood memories for me.
  • Our beloved bench/seat thingy taking back the street–thas right!
  • The guy around the corner with the really nice collection of stuff who refused to sell anything…
  • The coffee donated by Venice Grind, just across the Boulevard.
  • The sale of my nickle plated Bianchi.

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3 comments on “Swap Meet Success. Thank you, all!
  1. I was able to pick up a set of handlebars w/aerobar compatibility, brakes, and pink water bottle cages for the bike I’m building. Thanks, guys! You should make this a quarterly thing! Totally awesome.

  2. […] out their post about the bike swap and their mission. AKPC_IDS += "1732,"; May 19, 2010 Post Under News – Read More blog […]

  3. Jason Siadek says:

    I’ve been without a bike since November after my Specialized was stolen at the Marina Marketplace Theater. It’s been hard trying to buy a bike off of Craig’s list when there’s so much to experience in trying a bike out. I picked up a customized Raleigh Rapide mixte at the swap meet and rode to Malibu with Julianne. Thank you for adding bikes and bikefulness to the community, Bikerowave!

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