Seattle Bicycle Expo presented by Raleigh America
It's the 26th Annual Seattle Bicycle Expo!
Love bikes? You're in the right place. This year's Seattle Bicycle Expo will feature more than 175 vendors showing off the latest and greatest in bikes, accessories and more. Plus, Expo has three stages of how-to presentations, panels and expert demos. Whether you're looking to learn how to go car-free, meet your favorite authors, watch graceful bicycle acrobats or even make some pedal-powered art, Expo has something for everyone. For more info, check out the complete schedule.
For its fifth year, the event will be held in the deluxe two-story Smith Cove Cruise Terminal 91. Centrally located just north of downtown Seattle, this state-of-the-art facility features a stunning view of Elliott Bay.
- Saturday, March 1: 9am-6pm
- Sunday, March 2: 10am-4pm
- $10 - single-day pass
- $12 - two-day pass
- Kids 15 and under are free!
- Cascade Bicycle Club members get a $2 discount on single-day tickets if they present the coupon in February's Cascade Courier (or a membership card) at the box office.
Ticket special: Donate your bike to Bike Works and get a free ticket to Expo. More info.
Win Big at the Cascade Booth
There’s something for everyone at the Cascade booth on the second floor. Get swag and come find out everything you ever wanted to know about our youth programs, free group rides, events and advocacy work. Also, be sure to enter the Expo drawing! Prizes include complimentary event passes, bike gear and more.
Thanks to our presenting sponsor, Raleigh America!
We're excited to celebrate Raleigh's fifth year as the presenting sponsor of the Seattle Bicycle Expo. Based locally in Kent, Raleigh is an incredible resource to the local cycling community. With more than a century of cycling heritage under its wheels, Raleigh Bicycles is one of the most well-respected bicycle brands in the world. Raleigh offers a broad spectrum of bicycles including road, mountain, cyclocross and commuter bikes for all ages and abilities. Raleigh focuses on supporting the commuter, the family and local racing scene, and partners with numerous non-profits around the U.S. each year to help grow the sport.