Donating a Bike at Two Wheel View

To continue to serve our community during this time,

Two Wheel View is open by appointment only. We appreciate your support!

 

       We are closed on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Available appointment times may vary by day. 

Making a Bike Donation at Two Wheel View

We accept bikes in all sizes and conditions at our shop. If we are not able to make use of a bike, we may connect it with one of our community partners who also gets bikes back out into the community or we make sure it is responsibly recycled. 

Currently, appointments are required to donate a bike at Two Wheel View. Click the button below to make an appointment. 

 

 

 

Help us keep rolling!

If you are able, we ask that you make a minimum $5 donation to Two Wheel View for each bike you'd like to donate. This helps us with parts and repairs, and helps keep our programs rolling. Donations can be made through our donate button on this website, through eTransfer to pat@twowheelview.org, or in person in the shop. If you would like a tax receipt for this portion of your contribution, please let one of the staff members know. We thank you for your support! 

*Please note: We do not offer tax receipts in exchange for used bikes as it is difficult to accurately determine the fair market value of a used bicycle.*

*Two Wheel View currently does not offer bike repair services.*

 

Before making an appointment, please take a moment to read the following information: 


For all appointments:

Please do not under any circumstances come to the shop if you, or anyone you have been in contact with, has exhibited any signs of cough, fever, or any other cold/flu symptoms. Masks must be worn inside Two Wheel View at all times, and we ask that you observe social distancing whenever possible. As our shop space is quite small, we ask that you visit alone or in groups of two maximum. We can only accommodate one appointment at a time.

A clear ‘bike drop area’ is labeled outside our front door. Donors can leave bikes in the bike rack found there, and notify us once they’ve done so, either by waving, knocking on the window, or phoning. 

Thank you for supporting youth in your community and keeping valuable non-profit organizations alive!