Bike Parking

bicycle racks and fencing with mountain in background

Valet Bike Parking is like a coat check for bicycles – or any human-powered transportation. Our secure bike corral helps encourage people to bike to events and know your bike and bags are secure while you enjoy the festivities.

Events that benefit from bike parking:

  • Attract lots of people, lots of people on bikes, or both
  • Congestion and car parking issues that make bikes a better alternative
  • Location that has safe bike access, such as a bike path or bike lane or low traffic streets
  • Bike corral visibly located near event entrance – so people can find and use us
  • Promote the bike parking in advance and in all places – include us in your materials and directions

If you have a big event, we’d love to work with you to make valet bike parking successful for you and your attendees.

Want Bike Parking at Your Event?

We generally charge about $100 per day (or $20 per hour) to provide valet bike parking at events. The fee covers our costs and contributes to our coffers as a fundraiser for our nonprofit bike shop.

We will also work with community groups and your volunteers to make our bike parking equipment available for your event in exchange for a small donation or other support.

Bike Parking Volunteers

We need volunteers to help provide bike parking at events each summer. If you’re interested, contact the shop.

Past Bike Parking Events

Sharing Wheels has offered valet bike parking at:

  • Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival in Everett thanks to support from Everett in Motion
  • McClinchy Mile Bike Ride in Arlington
  • Everett Farmers Market thanks to┬áBIKES Club of Snohomish County
  • Mother of All Garage Sales for Everett’s Northwest Neighborhood Association
  • National Night Out for Everett’s Delta Neighborhood
  • Project Homeless Connect in Everett

Everett Farmers Market Bike Parking?

The sun is out, and the Everett Farmers Market will be bustling with activity. Riding your bike there on the Milltown Trail is a great way to avoid the hassle of trying to find parking. But the Port of Everett doesn’t really have bike racks at the market location.

Please encourage the Port to support funding for valet bike parking at the market this summer.