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2015 York Rally Saddlebag Sale/Cycle Jumble: Sunday 21st June 2015
50 tables are available! First come, first served.
The traditional saddle bag sale (cycle jumble) will be back at the revived York Rally in 2015. Sell your spare parts, seek out a bargain, or just browse!
The sale opens at 11AM on Sunday 21st June 2015. Entry will be free with a show programme (which will be priced at £1) . Otherwise, entry will cost £1.
The marquee will be open for setting up your tables from 10AM.
There are just 50 tables available, and these are being allocated on a first come, first served basis. A table costs £10: this just about covers our costs for hiring the tables, with anything over going towards the cost of hiring the marquee: every part of the Rally has to pay its way this year as we attempt to revive the Rally from scratch. Any additional donation when you book a table is most welcome, and we also invite sellers to become Friends of York Rally if you are not already a member.
Online bookings are now closed! You can book a table at the Rally itself at the Reception tent on arrival, or at Rally HQ at any time.
Please note this sale is for secondhand goods only – absolutely no traders with new items please. To book a trade stand at the Rally, please see here.
For anyone who has reached this page directly, note that this sale is part of a grand cycling weekend, the York Rally, now organised by an independent committee of volunteers. It’s held on the Knavesmire in York (satnav to YO23 1EX, see also How to reach the Rally) and entry to the Rally is free.
If you have any queries about the saddlebag sale, please just email us on: email@example.com. You are also welcome to call on 01482 843286 (preferably between 7 and 8 PM, Sunday to Thursday). If there is no reply please speak very clearly and leave a number for us to call you back. If you do not hear back within a week please call again – the message will not have got through.