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The Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show is this weekend

Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show logoThe Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show is the area’s largest bike industry expo. So if you want to check out the latest gear, test ride some bikes, this is your chance.

The 2020 show is 9–6 Saturday and 9–4 Sunday at CenturyLink Field Event Center. Tickets are $12 and cover both days.

At least as of press time, the show is still on. Some major conventions and expos have been cancelled due to concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, so check the event website for any updates.

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More details from the Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show:

Get your cycling juices flowing at the Seattle Bike & Outdoor Show, returning to the CenturyLink Field Event Center, Mar. 7-8!

The region’s largest bike & outdoor activity expo, the Seattle Bike & Outdoor Show gives enthusiasts the chance to browse bikes from local and national manufacturers, check out products and services from up to 75 exhibitors, participate in fun activities, learn from expert presenters, and connect with fellow cyclists and outdoor adventurers from across the state!

Last year’s show featured a record amount of bikes on the show floor, including more than 25 bike manufacturers showcasing their bikes and conducting demo rides on the new, expanded Test Ride Track, including special areas for mountain bikes, street bikes, kids’ bikes and more.

What will this year’s show bring? Don’t miss the biggest bike sale of the year and the opportunity to speak with the experts themselves! For a complete list of hours, ticket prices, exhibitors and activities, visit www.SeattleBikeShow.com.

Adult: $12

Active Duty Military, Police & Firefighters: $11

Kids 12 yrs & under: Free!

Ticket good both days

*Prices do not include $1 facility fee

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2 responses to “The Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show is this weekend”

  1. pilder

    we can now refer to it as the golf show with a little space for bikes.

  2. Christine

    I can’t wait to see all the awesome bikes and gear it’s going to be sweet!

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