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THE WAKE Bike Swap and Gold Sprints to be held June 1st

The Bike swap will begin at 5pm and finish around 9:30 followed by Goldsprints until midnight.

By - Apr 30th, 2019 09:14 am

Milwaukee, WI. April 29, 2019– Vulture Space, The Milwaukee Community Bicycle Project presents THE WAKE: Bike Swap & Goldsprints, Milwaukee’s largest bike swap and party with regional vendors selling secondhand and old stock bikes, parts, and accessories.

Want to be a vendor? Please contact Evan at Vulture Space for availability, pricing, and other details.

Want to sell bike(s)? There will be a corral of bikes for sale and an attendant handling these sales during the event. Space is limited, so please register your bike(s) soon by contacting Evan at Vulture Space!

Saturday, June 1st
The Cooperage @ 822 S Water St

The Bike swap will begin at 5pm and finish around 9:30 followed by Goldsprints until midnight.

Record spinning by Tile Ninja and CJ the DJ
Live music by El Wrongo

Drink Specials
Full bar offering two Bicycle Benefits deals: $2 PBRs & $6 craft cocktails

Special Attractions
Tattoos by Betsy Ebsen
Puppy corral of adoptable doogies
Chillwaukee pops
Taco Moto taco truck

● Vulture Space
Milwaukee Bicycle Co.
● Ben’s Cycle
● Bike100Days
● Bicycle Benefits
● Clif Bar

Admission: sliding scale $5-$10. This is a fundraising event for Vulture Space, The Milwaukee Community Bicycle Project, your nonprofit bicycle workshop.

Vulture Space is a bicycle shop & recyclery located in Milwaukee, WI providing a safe environment for the public to fix and maintain bikes. The use of tools are FREE for all skill levels who want a hands-on educational experience. Bikes, parts, and accessories are available for purchase within any budget.
Our mission is to educate and empower Milwaukee residents to use and maintain bicycles as transportation in order to build a sustainable community and healthy environment.

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