Trade Your Bike In

Adult Bicycle Trade-In

We offer a fair and competitive trade in option to get you into the new bike of your dreams. To have your bike considered for trade-in, please bring it down for a full evaluation. We only consider a trade-in towards the purchase of a new bike. We do not buy a bicycle out-right for cash.

To get an idea of what your trade-in may be worth, check out:

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Please note, there are many variables that will effect the total value of your trade-in. We are happy to go over all of them when you bring your bike in.


‘Wheelie Good Fit’ Kids Trade-In Program

FAQ
Why is there an additional $25 charge on my initial purchase?
This charge locks you into the program and also covers the cost of up to 3 youth sized helmets that can be obtained anytime while you are in the program

Can I use this for all of my kids?
You can, however each child requires an individual program account.

How many trade in’s can I do?
You can maximize the program at 6 total bikes, 5 of which would count as a trade in & a total of 3 helmets. When changing helmets, the previous MUST be present, safe condition, and then traded in. Program valid with Specializedkid’s bike & helmet options.

What is the full progression?
Bike: Balance – 12” – 16” – 20” – 24” – Adult Helmet: Toddler – Child – Youth

When can I start the program?
Anytime and at any size bike. The program is in place to
ensure a proper sized bike and helmet for your child. The
earlier you start, the more money you end up saving.

Can I trade in towards a trade in?
No, the program is setup to only trade in towards a new,
larger kid’s bike.

What can I expect as a trade in value?
You can expect a trade in value of 50% of the original retail value of the bike. The only exception is if the bike is
damaged. We evaluate all trade in’s at the time of trade in.

Any other advantage to starting the program?
Yes, being a program member ensures the highest trade in value we offer, generally 50% more than a non-program member would obtain.

Applying math to the ‘Wheelie Good Fit’ Program shows that your child is always on the right bike, and you are indeed saving some cash! Win-Win!