Kids can swap tired ride for new wheels at bike event Sunday

Need new wheels? Sharing Wheels annual Kids Bike Swap takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday .

You can trade your child’s old bike for a refurbished and larger bike with just a small fee for the upgrade. Kids will also get a free helmet with a swapped bike.

All bikes are given a safety check by bicycle mechanics.

Sharing Wheels also accepts bike donations that will be refurbished. They will also gladly accept volunteers to fix bikes or help with the swap.

Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop is at 2531 Broadway, Everett, in the back of the building.

Call 425-252-6952 or go to www.sharingwheels.org for more information.

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