Garage Sale

11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

at Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop

2531 Broadway Ave., Everett, WA

Need a rain bike or bike project for the winter? We’ll be selling frames, As-Is bikes, parts and accessories at our fall garage sale on Saturday, Oct. 14. 

All road bikes will be at least 20% off with some priced as low as $50!  Stay dry – add fenders or rain gear. Keep riding – inside – on our trainers – $10-20 each.

Photos and more details coming soon.

Check out our online store to see our current inventory of refurbished bikes for sale.

Bike parts for sale

We’ve collected a large number of bike frames, wheels, cassettes, shifters and more. Many of our parts are NOS (new old stock) and in excellent condition.

Front Forks: For road bikes and mountain bikes. We have fixed and suspension forks.

Bicycle Frames: Different brands for those who like to build custom bikes.

Rims & Wheels: For road, mountain and hybrid bikes.

Shifters: From 3 speeds on up!

Plus we have plenty of used cassettes, derailleurs (front & rear), brake levers, cranksets, pedals, kickstands, handle bars and many more parts available!

Accessories for your bike!

We offer a full complement of accessories for your bicycles. We have items ranging from bags, racks, tires and tubes. A few of the items for the Parking Lot Sale are listed below. But we have so much more than this!

Bike carrying racks: We have car racks (For trunk and hitch).

Tag-along-attachments: Turns your adult bike into a tandem for parent+ kid. These attachments are also known as “trail-a-bikes”

Fenders & Mudguards: Perfect for PNW weather.

Rear racks and saddlebags: Great for commuting or for running a quick errand.

Tires & tubes: New and gently used with there’s plenty of life left in them!

Locks, lights & bells: Safety and security for you and your bike!

Parking Lot Sale map outlining location.


We’re located at 2531 Broadway Ave., Everett. Enter in the alley behind the building (see map)

All sales benefit Sharing Wheels, a nonprofit dedicated to “keeping people and bikes moving!”