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Wed, May 03


Yeti Cycles

Women's MTB Gear Exchange, Sale & Party! 🎉

An opportunity to exchange your MTB gear and/or buy new gear at an affordable price!

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Women's MTB Gear Exchange, Sale & Party! 🎉
Women's MTB Gear Exchange, Sale & Party! 🎉

Time & Location

May 03, 2023, 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Yeti Cycles, 621 Corporate Cir, Golden, CO 80401, USA


About the event

Come kick off the mountain bike season at Yeti Clyles headquarters in Golden, CO! We know MTB gear can get pricey and we get tired of the same ol' kit, so we'll be hosting a women's gear exchange and sale! Bring your old stuff (that is still in good shape) and we'll give you exchange tickets to get something new. The more you bring, the more you get! In order to make this successful, we highly encourage you to bring gear, but if you don't have old gear, no problem! We'll also be offering all of our gear at very affordable prices! Please make sure any gear donated is in good condition for it's new owner and please don't bring any used (new is okay); chamois, helmets, bikes or bike parts. Also please refrain from bringing old team logo'd jerseys. Any leftover riding gear will be donated at our future BIPOC and Latina MTB events and we can assure you, they will find a good home! 

Not interested in gear? It'll be a party so come hang and meet fellow riders! We'll have beer and snacks! 🎉 

Can't attend but have gear you'd like to contribute to the community and new riders? Contact or please feel free to drop off at Yeti Headquarters in Golden, M-F from 9-4, anytime before May 3rd. Just tell them you're dropping off gear for the COMBA Women's event. Thank you for helping make mountain biking just a little more affordable for all! 

A huge thanks to our sponsors; Team Evergreen | SRAM | Yeti Cycles |  evo | New Belgium Brewing | Sexy Pizza | WTB | Deuter 

We want to recognize that our use of women includes femmes, transgender, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming people. Further, whenever we use the term BIPOC our meaning is "Black, Indigenous, and people of color with the intention of centering the experiences of Black and Indigenous groups and demonstrating solidarity between​ all​ communities of color."

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