Low-Cost Bike Sales & Repairs

Bike sales and repairs are the main source of income for Sharing Wheels. Sharing Wheels also has used parts and some new parts for sale.

Donated bikes are fixed and refurbished, with new parts added as needed for safety and function. Our used bikes range from low quality ride-around-town bikes for $50 to higher-end bikes costing $150 to $300.

Our used bikes can get you to work or your first triathlon or out for a ride with the kids on the Centennial Trail.Generally, if you’re looking to get into biking at low cost, you’ll get more for your money at Sharing Wheels than buying a new bike.

We often sell the best bikes on Craigslist, so check us out.


Bicycle Donations

Donations of used bikes in good condition are taken whenever the shop is open. Adult bikes are fixed and sold to keep the shop running.When you get a new bike, donate your old one to Sharing Wheels!

We ask for a $5 cash donation with each bike we accept to help defray our costs of repairs.

We need children’s bikes each fall and spring as we prepare for Christmas House and the Kids Bike Swap – bikes with 20-inch size wheels are especially needed.

We do not accept all bikes. Some bikes are too rusty or used to fix.  We may advise you to take it to the dump instead – they can recycle your bike, tires and all..

We do not buy or trade bicycles.

Sharing Wheels is a non-profit organization. The fair market value of bike donations is tax deductible. We are happy to provide a receipt for your donation.


Used Bike Parts

Shimano 600 derailleur

Old Shimano and Suntour parts.

Do you have an older bike and want parts to match? Are you creating your own fixed gear, “Franken-bike'” or chopper tricycle? Sharing Wheels has hundreds of used parts of various qualities and conditions – some like badges WEB 018

We have frames, wheels, cranks, derailleurs, brake parts and bolts galore. We also have accessories such as fenders, bike bags, bike racks, and car racks. We even get trail-a-bikes for kids sometimes.

Bike Gallery

These photos represent the types of bikes we have in the shop every day. The exact bike pictured might not be here, but something else like it will be!

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