3rd Annual Pedaler’s Fair will showcase Washington-made bike goods

PF-2014-posterMake room on your calendar for the 3rd Annual Pedaler’s Fair, a showcase of Washington-made bike goods and businesses.

This year’s fair will be one day only on Capitol Hill. So swing by the Russian Community Center at 19th and Roy Saturday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

In addition to great bike builders, bag and clothing designers and creative accessory makers, yours truly will be there to chat and sign up subscribers. So swing by and say hi!

More details from Pedaler’s Fair:

Pedaler’s Fair is an annual marketplace for Washington based, bicycle-inspired small businesses to exhibit their goods. In its first year, Pedaler’s Fair hosted 23 exhibitors and received over 1,000 guests. In addition to exhibitor booths we had live music, workshops and presentations. We are currently working on bringing you the 3rd annual Pedaler’s Fair, with even more family focused events, tutorials, workshops and presentations, in addition to all of our fantastic vendors.

The purpose of Pedaler’s Fair is two-fold: to provide a curated space for small, local, bicycle-based businesses; and to promote bicycling as a healthy, environmentally responsible mode of transit, adventure and recreation. Last year the Fair showcased a wide variety of products including handcrafted bicycle frames, touring bags for well traveled adventurers, smart clothing for city riders and artwork inspired by a passion for the bicycle.

Pedaler’s Fair is moving forward on its third year and is seeking support from local organizations and businesses.

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4 Responses to 3rd Annual Pedaler’s Fair will showcase Washington-made bike goods

  1. Brian says:

    Breathing a sigh of relief at seeing the use of “pedaler” instead of “peddler.” I see the latter used far too often by folks who oughta know the difference. As soon as we get that fixed, we can all move on to fretting about its and it’s.

    • A Pedaler says:

      Of course, you should consider the peddler’s who are also pedalers – I believe that one recent peddler – the Ballard brewery, specifically chose their name because they were peddling beer… they just knew they’d also appeal to pedalers. They may perpetuate the peddler/pedaler confusion, but at least it seems they always pedal when they’re delivering their kegs around town!

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