Donate a bike

We accept donations of all unwanted bicycles and parts. We rely on people dropping them with us at our shop or one of our other collection points during opening hours. Please check we are open before you make the trip.

Our collection points

Recycle Bikes

Address: 62-68 Thirlwell Road, Sheffield S8 9TF

Phone: 0114 250 7717


Opening Hours:
Monday – 9:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday – 9:00am to 8:00pm
Wednesday to Saturday – 9:00am to 5:00pm

Map: Google maps

Bike Rehab

Address: Unit 7, Devonshire Business Park, 100 Wellington St, S1 4HX

Phone: 0114 438 8506


Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday – 7:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday – 8:30am to 2:00pm

Map: Google maps

Tony Butterworths Cycles

Address: 86-90 Catchbar Lane, Sheffield S6 1TA

Phone: 0114 234 3218

Opening Hours:
Monday, Tuesday & Friday – 8:30am to 5:30pm
Wednesday – 9am to 12pm
Thursday – 8:30am to 7:00pm
Saturday – 9:00am to 4:00pm

Map: Google maps

Barnsley Cycle Hub

Address: The Transport Interchange, Eldon St N, Barnsley S70 1SE

Phone: 07818 511133


Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 5:30pm

Map: Google maps

Your donated bike

There are 4 ways your old bicycle may be used:

  1. If it is in good enough condition your old bike will be fully stripped down cleaned, completely overhauled and sold back into the community as a low cost alternative to a new bike. (we are a “not-for-profit” social enterprise, but have to generate enough money to keep the project running).
  2. If it is not in good enough condition to be refurbished and sold, it will be stripped for useable parts and the rest recycled as best as possible. the second hand parts will be used to help refurbish other bikes or to help keep bills down on repair work (great if you or your kids have a habit of breaking your bike(s) or you don’t have much money and need to keep that trusty workhorse on the road)
  3. If your bike falls somewhere between these first 2 options it might be sent to similar projects in Africa, through the Re-Cycle Bicycle Aid for Africa project based in Colchester. This is a really cool project that can really change peoples lives, check out their website.
  4. We also provide bikes to the COMAC asylum seeker and refugee project who work in conjuction with ASSIST to provide recycled biycles for asylum seekers and refugees based in Sheffield.

 Get in touch

Please bear in mind that it is not economic for us to collect bikes from the public, instead we rely on people dropping them off at one of our collection points listed above. If you have any questions please phone the workshop on 0114 250 7717 or email us on