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Old 01-09-2022, 10:48 PM
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Bike/Part Buying, Consignment, & Appraisal Services!

Bike Recyclery offers various services to help you sell your high end bikes and parts! From selling a bike or two, to liquidating your entire collection! I can even offer appraisal and help you learn what your bike is worth in various marketplaces. Click the links below for details on each, and see at bottom for what I'm seeking.

-Bikes for Cash:

Send me some photos and an inventory of what you are hoping to sell, and I'll make you an offer if I'm interested. Or, tell me a price if you have one in mind!

-Consignment

This option is ideal when dealing with very high dollar bikes or collections. This often nets you higher dollars, but it takes more time to realize the money.

-Appraisals

For just $35, I will research your bike and the current market, and give you a detailed report on your bike's value on Ebay, local marketplaces like CL and FB, as well as info on the highest amount it could go for if you're not in a hurry.

-Stuff I'm looking for:

Mid to high level parts, accessories, memorabilia (posters, figurines, signs, headbadges, etc), frames, and complete bicycles. I am mainly interested in top shelf goods related to mountain bikes, road bikes, randonneur bicycles, track bikes, and commuters of any age (from the early 1900's to 2013 models). This includes any type of bicycle component (saddle, derailleurs, cranks, brakes, etc), special collector's edition kits (Campagnolo 50th, tool kits, etc), high quality frames, old dealer signs, and more!

-Campy hardware!!!

A big part of my job running a vintage shop is acquiring old components in non-running condition and making them rideable again! Often, this is a derailleur missing a bolt, shifters missing friction plates, or a headset missing a race or top nut. Or even more common, brakes missing most of the hardware! Doing this for years, I have a BIG selection of Campy (and other) parts that are still orphaned and awaiting to be completed again.

I'm looking to buy big piles of Campy hardware to help me get these old parts back on the road! I would love to hear what you have, whether it's all organized or a literal box with mixed unsorted hardware.
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