BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s known as the East Coast’s largest bike show and it’s happening right here in Maryland.
Thousands of cyclists were in Westminster on Sunday, not for a ride, but to see the latest in the world of cycling.
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Now in its 25th year, Stop, Swap, and Save is one of the largest bike shows on the East Coast.
Terri Mucci traveled to Westminster from Washington, DC to buy a new mountain bike.
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“Women in the mountain bike community are just climbing and we’re cheering for that — and we’re cheering for it to the max,” Mucci said.
Do you have a bike you want to get rid of? No problem.
With increased interest in the sport and low supply, the used bike section was busier than ever.
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More people want to go out and do things. Therefore, some bike shops do not have certain items. So now even second-hand items are popular.