Brooklyn Bike Jumble returning to Park Slope this weekend

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Photo via @Dgolborne

From an insider’s perspective, it’s a dope event which, especially if you bike, is worth stopping by at. From an outsider’s perspective, it’s the most Brooklyn thing to ever happen (excluding a future hosting of this event but inside an artisanal cheese shop).

Brooklyn Bike Jumble, “New York’s only bicycle flea market,” is returning to Park Slope this Saturday, September 9, from 10am to 4pm for its 9th annual Jumbling. Per its self-declared title, it is a bicycle flea market offering up new and used bikes, bicycle accessories, bicycle collectibles, clothing and more bicycle-relevant wares. Bike prices start around $50 and go on up form there.

The event will be happening at the Old Stone House at 336 3rd St. – it’s the very old looking building behind the children’s playground. The event is rain or shine and it’s free to browse.



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