Long Beach Motorcycle Swap Meet

The Long Beach Motorcycle Swap meet takes place once a month at Long Beach Veterans Stadium over by Long Beach City College. There are typically over a 100 vendors selling everything from old motorcycle parts to vintage bicycles.

You can ride your cycle out and show or sell it among hundreds of others in our Bike Corral area located inside the event or reserve a vendor space to sell parts, tools, or cycle related merchandise. They charge money if you ride your bike over there because you can park it in the motorcycle corral and sell it from there.

Usually they have this event on the last event every month but you would have to go to the So-Cal Cycle Show Website to get the exact dates and times. There is free parking if you drive your car.

Topping Events puts on the Southern California Cycle Swap Meet and if you have direct questions for them then you can contact them by calling this number 800-762-9785 or you can visit their website by clicking here So-Cal Cycle Swap Meet .

The next swap meet is scheduled for July 28, 2013

August 25, 2013
September 22, 2013
October 27, 2013
November 24, 2013

If you are looking for the long beach motorcycle suatmet then you have still come to the right place.

Written by Louie Baur.

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18 Reviews

  1. Roger Anderson, 2 years ago

    Love the shots of the old bikes and motorcycles the best.

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  2. Charlie Rein, 2 years ago

    Realized ART

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  3. bob warren, 2 years ago

    love louie eaves…………………………..Have a Super Memorial Day Weekend!

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  4. Alicia, 2 years ago

    Wish I could go! Sounds like an awesome weekend. I used to go to old car shows and swaps at “the Chicken Box” – one of the last REAL Drive-in restaurants in the panhandle. That really made an impression.

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  5. Sandor Benko (@SandorBenko), 2 years ago

    Wow I bet that was fun. Wish I could have been there!

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  6. Paul Shirey, 2 years ago

    Some great pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. tristus, 1 year ago

    Go there only for parts, or for expensive, non-entry motorcycle.

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  8. c, 11 months ago


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  9. DJ Rawls, 11 months ago

    That looks fun. Great pics. I like the old schwinn bike!

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  10. Ron (@ronald78910), 11 months ago

    I would love to drop that engine in my pickup!

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  11. Dan Tulloh, 11 months ago

    Loved the old license plates!

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  12. bewitched in salem, 11 months ago

    Love the green Schwinn beach cruiser

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  13. Maria E. Hill, 11 months ago

    I loved the old bicycles. They may be in great demand in the future.

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  14. Rob Tee, 11 months ago

    Like the one with the skull and that little guy, cool

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  15. Miriam Slozberg (@msmir), 11 months ago

    Oh awesome

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  17. Sebastian St. George, 11 months ago

    Awesome pics Louie! Love the Green Schwin and the old lic. plates! Cheers Seb

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  18. Tami, 11 months ago

    Looks like a great way to spend a day! Sad I’m not closer…

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