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Bicycles & parts

Bikes and bike parts can often be donated, repaired, or salvaged. Some locations will accept any bike or part, while others will only accept limited items, based on their condition. Please call to check before dropping off your items.

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Location pin Bike Partners

NotesDrop-off: consignment sales of folding and collapsible bikes only. See site or call for more details.

Consignment of pre-owned bikes

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Location pin Central Disposal Site – Reuse Area (Recycletown)

NotesDrop-off: good condition bicycles and parts; check with on-site attendant.

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Location pin Community Bikes

NotesDrop-off: Call first. Non-profit sells as-is and refurbished bikes and parts. Shop does not offer repair services; instead, staff and volunteers will teach you how to maintain, repair, and refurbish your own bike with tools on site in exchange for a small donation.

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Location pin Mike's Bikes

NotesDrop-off: Trade in program accepts usable bikes, model year 2000 or newer. See website for additional qualifications. Store recycles used inner tubes and offers free Tuesday tech clinics.

Trade in program page

Location pin REI

NotesDrop-off: bike tubes of all sizes, including road tubes. Include tubes with stems, blowouts, holes or patches. Don't cut the tube in half. No tubes with slime or sealant. No bike tires.

Location pin Sacks Hospice Thrift Store

NotesDrop-off and pickup: clothing & accessories, home wares, working small household appliances and electronics; In good condition: artwork, hand tools, current books, bicycles and scooters, furniture and rugs, etc.

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