Information for Exhibitors & Vendors

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We are excited to announce the sixth annual Pedaler’s Fair, returning for the second consecutive year to the streets and breweries of Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood on Sunday, July 2, 2017 from 1-8 p.m.

Every year, the heart and soul of Pedaler’s Fair is showcasing the best independent makers of bikes, bike products, and bicycle-inspired goods in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia. Like 2016, this year’s event will be on NW 49th Street in Ballard, connecting the breweries of Peddler Brewing, Lagunitas Brewing, and Northwest Peaks Brewery.

With beer flowing, great food, live music playing, and fun times in the streets, Pedaler’s Fair continues to grow with more and more attendees. Plus, once again, Pedaler’s Fair will be the highlight of FREE BIKE, Seattle’s ten-day festival in early July that celebrates bike culture with fun, crowdsourced bike rides and activities.

Whether you’re a framebuilder, bike clothing maker, beekeeper who transports your or honey to customers by bike — or a food truck or a food bike — or an artist who makes bike-themed posters — we hope you’ll join with the thousands of Pedaler’s Fair attendees and FREE BIKE participants in building an enthusiastic bike community.

Vendor Opportunities & Information

Cascadia Handbuilt Bicycle & Bike Goods Trade Show | 1-7pm

Peddler’s Fair is for individuals and companies from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia who make bikes, bike goods, and bike-themed products. Each booth includes the booth tent, one table, and one chair. This is a curated trade show.

  • Cost:
    • $250 for a 10’x10’ Booth
    • $500 for a 10’x20’ Booth
  • Savings:
    • 10% off for repeat attendee from 2016.
    • 20% off for applying & paying by January 15, 2017.
    • 10% off for applying & paying by February 28, 2017.
    • Possible cost reductions on a case-by-case basis for vendors who wish to bring their own tent.
  • With assistance and consultation with event organizers, out-of-region bicycle builders may partner with local bike shops in the Seattle region to share the cost of a booth and to help staff the booth.
  • Vendors may jointly apply to share a booth in order to reduce their costs or to co-brand.

Flatbike Poster Art Show | 1-8pm

Flatbike is a bike poster art show featuring bike-themed prints from artists in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia, with the posters available for sale. In 2016, the posters were hung under a 10’x20’ tent; location and display may change in 2017.

  • Cost:
    • $50 for first print, $15 for each additional print.
    • No more than 4 prints per artist.
  • Savings:
    • 20% off for applying & paying by February 28, 2017.
    • 50% off for artists who volunteer 2-3 hours to assist with set-up, sales, and take-down.
  • All sales transactions will go through a single Square account. The event organizers will cover the service fees. Posters should be priced in the range of $20-$75.

Food Truck Pod | 1-8pm

The Food Truck Pod has space for up to ten food trucks. Each food truck must meet all City of Seattle permitting requirements, including city business license, food handler’s permit, and fire permit, if necessary. Trucks must arrive at noon and leave after 8 p.m.

  • Cost:
    • $250 for a Truck
    • $100 for a Bike
  • Savings:
    • 10% off for repeat attendee from 2016.
    • 15% off for applying & paying by February 15, 2017.
    • 10% off for applying & paying by February 28, 2017.

Nonprofits & Government Agencies

Nonprofit organizations and government agencies may apply to have a booth at Peddler’s Fair. Whether to allow the entity to participate will be decided by the event organizers based on how well the entity’s mission and purpose aligns with the mission, purpose and vision of the Peddler’s Fair event. Cost for a booth will be determined based on ability to pay and other factors, and priced within the range of booths for sponsors and Pedaler’s Fair vendors.


Are you participating in some other way, such as playing music or providing a bike workshop? Contact Brock Howell at

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