Winnipeg annual bike auction will be held on April 27-28

Winnipeg annual bike auction will be held on April 27-28

Every year hundreds of stolen and lost bicycles, that the Winnipeg Police recovers, are auctioned off at the annual Winnipeg Bicycle Auction.

All Bikes purchased through the bike auction will be pre-registered with the City of Winnipeg’s bike registry. The $6.70 fee will be added to the purchase price of the bike (children’s bikes not included).

The two-day event takes place on:

Saturday, April 27:

Public Viewing from 7:00 am to 8:45 am

The auction begins at 9:00 am sharp

Sunday, April 28:

Public Viewing from 10:00 am to 11:45 am

The auction begins at 12:00 noon sharp

Location: Terry Sawchuck Arena at 901 Kimberly Ave.

Payment can be made by Cash, debit or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express).

Bikes are sold as is with no warranty or refunds. Up to 250 bicycles will be tuned and ready to ride courtesy of W.R.E.N.C.H. volunteers & mechanics

For more information and details about the event, please follow a link below:

https://www.winnipeg.ca/cms/BLES/LS/bicycle_auction.stm

Some locals know about such auctions where you can get a really great price on some items and even get yourself a new car or a van, there were a lot of people who came for the first time, just to take a look and understand how the auction works.

So, if you have not attended such events before, we highly recommend following the Winnipeg Police department on Facebook and stay informed about future auctions to show up there on time and get a good deal!

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