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Welcome to the Great Maine Bike Swap!

Mark your calendar for Sunday, April 23, 2017 to sell or buy a bike at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. Event takes place from 10:00 am—1:00 pm at the USM Sullivan Complex, located at 66 Falmouth Street in Portland.

Please note: The Bicycle Coalition of Maine will not be hosting a Bike Swap in Orono for 2017.

Choose from hundreds of bikes in all price ranges and of all types including road bikes, mountain bikes, hybrids and children’s bikes! You can also sell or donate the unused bikes you have around the house and garage. Area bike shops will be on site selling bike parts, accessories, helmets, and more!

To Sell A Bike

Click here to register a bike to sell

Drop off bikes on Saturday April 22 in the evening between 3-6 p.m. in Portland. Costs include a $5 (cash only) registration fee per bike and if sold a 15% commission to the Bicycle Coalition of Maine. Pick up unsold bikes between 1:45 and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 23rd the day of the Swap or it will be donated!

Click here to read our Seller’s Guide and for more details about registering your bike.

To Buy A Bike

Doors are open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission is $5 (cash only), free for USM and UMaine students, children under 12, and bike sellers.

Please note: Due to the popularity of the Swap, the first 250 people in line will be admitted entrance at 10am. We will then stagger the entrance based on capacity.

Click here to read our Buyer’s Guide and for more details about what to expect at the Swap.

For more information, contact Event Manager, Rob Mueller, by phone (207) 699-4032 or email at rob@bikemaine.org 

Please note: All bicycles are sold “as is.”  No returns and no refunds.  The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is not responsible for any repairs needed on items purchased.

logo2 The Great Maine Bike Swap is produced by the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, the statewide voice of cyclists and pedestrians. Since 1992, the Coalition has led the effort to make Maine better for biking and walking.