All of our bicycles are fully serviced and reconditioned by qualified expert bike mechanics and all come with a three-month full warranty for your peace of mind.
The price of an adult’s bike usually starts at £100. Children’s bikes are priced by wheel size and usually start at £40.
This covers the price of the parts and labour. The refurbished bikes we sell all have new brake cables as a minimum and often new brake pads, chain and cassette where necessary. Some bikes require more parts depending on the state they are in when donated. It can often take an experienced mechanic up to a full day to get the bike to a high-quality standard.
When you buy from us, you can be sure of the quality, that’s because we’re approved by Revolve – Scotland’s national accreditation for organisations that sell quality refurbished and reconditioned goods.
Buying from a Revolve certified re-use store means:
• A commitment to quality – so you get great items, good value and excellent customer service
• Safety tested products – you can buy with confidence knowing that items have been checked and conform to modern safety standards
• You’ll be doing the right thing – Revolve certified re-use stores care about environmental issues and their local communities
Revolve is a re-use quality standard for shops who sell second hand goods in Scotland. Revolve wants to make it easier, more inviting, and safer for everyone to buy second hand items. When you see the Revolve logo, then you know you are buying from a great re-use shop, who is committed to quality and excellent customer service. The Revolve re-use quality standard is a sign of quality, reliability and professionalism. To achieve certification a shop must commit to continuously meet high standards. Revolve trains and checks to make sure standards are being met. Shops are tested on customer care, shop layout, how they prepare goods for re-use, testing of goods and health and safety.
We also sell a range of bikes as part of the Cycle to Work scheme.
We also offer services for those looking to access a bike on low or no income. These include our Bike Your Own Bike courses, Bikes for All Nextbike memberships and bike loans. Some other cycling organisations in Glasgow also provide bikes for those on low or no income.