About 2017 Pedaler’s Fair

Street Party in Ballard
Sunday, July 2, 2017 | 1–8 p.m.

NW 49th Street, between 17th & 15th Ave NW

Pedaler’s Fair returns for its sixth year to Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood on Sunday, July 2, 2017. Pedaler’s Fair is a street fair with a trade show with makers of handbuilt bicycles, bike goods, and bike-inspired products/services from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia; a bike art poster show; a Ballard Brewery Festival; a food truck pod; live music; bike workshops & activities; and thousands of attendees.

If you are a potential sponsor or vendor, contact Brock Howell, co-organizer, at brock@freebikeparty.com

Pedaler’s Fair 2017 Highlights

Cascadia Handbuilt Bicycle Trade Show | 1-7pm

The heart & soul of Pedaler’s Fair is a trade show of local makers of bikes, bike products, and bicycle-inspired goods and services from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia. This is a curated trade show.

Ballard Brewery Festival Passport | 1pm-close

Anchored by Peddler Brewing, NW Peaks Brewery and Lagunitas Brewing, Pedaler’s Fair includes a brewery festival where attendees can buy a passport to taste the beers from every brewery in the Ballard neighborhood.

Food Truck Pod | 1-8pm

A food truck pod of about ten food trucks is in the heart of Pedaler’s Fair, providing a wide range of food options throughout the day.

Flatbike Poster Art Show | 1-8pm

Flatbike is a bike-themed poster art show with dozens of local artists. Attendees can buy the posters.

Live Music | 5-9pm

The breweries host bands and other live music.

Additional Activities

Pedaler’s Fair is filled with more activities, including a kid’s bike course, bike bingo, and bike workshops and presentations.

FREE BIKE | July 1-10

Pedaler’s Fair is the highlight event of FREE BIKE, Seattle’s ten-day summer festival celebrating bike culture with do-it-yourself-style bike rides and activities. Some funds from Pedaler’s Fair helps support the the organizing of FREE BIKE.

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