The annual bike swap took place at Earl’s Cyclery and Fitness in South Burlington this weekend.
It’s a nearly 30 year tradition where people can buy used bikes.
This year, more than 800 bicycles were collected to sell.
Staff were on hand to assist with selections and an area was set up for folks to test out bikes. Organizers say it’s about getting more people involved with the sport of cycling.
“A big part of it is getting kids on bikes and getting people to reuse and recycle bikes as well,” said Andrew Boczar, owner of Earl’s Cyclery. “Sports aren’t getting any cheaper so the more people we can get on bikes the better, and we see it as a big kick off to our season.”