This weekend's Pedaler's Fair is a first of its kind and will showcase cycling related products from vendors from across the state of Washington.
First ever Pedaler's Fair to be held in Ballard this weekend
The first ever Seattle Pedaler’s Fair will be held in Ballard this weekend.
Organized by Ballard's Swift Industries and Go Means Go, the event is a first of its kind and will showcase cycling related products from vendors from across the state of Washington.
From Pedaler's Fair:
Pedaler’s Fair was born of a strong belief in buying local and supporting people
that make things themselves. We enjoy having a connection with the products we use
on a daily basis.
Whether you are new to cycling, a seasoned rider, or someone that is just curious about
handmade goods that are being made in Washington state, you are invited to come
peruse amazing wares celebrating the bicycle.
Vendors include Bicycle Heroes, Ballard-based Telaio Clothing, The AgBag Project, Yoga for Bikers, Dank Bags, and many, many more.
In addition to the fair, there will be free workshops (such as yoga for bikers, Bike Camping 101, and fix-a-flat workshops), music, food and a beer garden with locally-crafted beers. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Washington High School Cycling League, which promotes high school mountain biking programs throughout the state.
The Pedaler’s Fair is open to the public, April 21-22, 2012 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1415 NW 49th St.