Sunday morning – time to sell. The early crew arrived at 6:30 to begin defining the space. Then over 200 bikes were wheeled out from the ballroom and grouped according to type.
So many kids bikes, most in very good condition and priced from $20-$50.
Ms Steele, the Bike Tech teacher at Inderkum High School took a picture of her students who volunteered:
Jibe staff manned the cashier station:
Volunteers from Arlete’s BIG: Jim, Cheryl, me. Jim designed the flow of the event and sorted bikes into types. Cheryl, who rides more miles/month than anyone else, worked in the “bike pit” assisting buyers in choosing the right bike. I worked near the test ride area, making sure under-16s had a helmet fitted properly. I also taught one young girl how to ride, despite her doubtful parent.
Twenty minutes before opening, early shoppers arrived:
Kids bikes, a very popular section and most of them sold within two hours.