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    Cheap and Used in Denver

    Anyone have a small (i have a 29" inseam) commuter or mountain bike you'd like to part with...cheap? I'm on the lookout for something I just leave the tag-a-long bike hooked to for rides with my kids.

    eta - when I say cheap, I mean really cheap ;-) $50 or under.
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    you might wanna check out derailer in denver, or community cycles in boulder.

    recycled/donated bikes, fixed up with love and kept out of the landfill. most are pretty cheap.

    full disclosure--i run the kids program at community cycles.

    http://www.derailerbicyclecollective.org/

    www.communitycycles.org

    dunno about derailer, but CC has an earn-a-bike program where you can earn a decent commuter bike decked out with rack, fenders, lock, bell, several other accessories, for 12 hours of volunteer work. this may or may not include bike wrenching, but will most likely involve you learning something about bikes you do not already know.

    check out the website for more info, or pm or email me.

    josh@communitycycles.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by veganboyjosh View Post
    you might wanna check out derailer in denver, or community cycles in boulder.

    recycled/donated bikes, fixed up with love and kept out of the landfill. most are pretty cheap.

    full disclosure--i run the kids program at community cycles.

    http://www.derailerbicyclecollective.org/

    www.communitycycles.org

    dunno about derailer, but CC has an earn-a-bike program where you can earn a decent commuter bike decked out with rack, fenders, lock, bell, several other accessories, for 12 hours of volunteer work. this may or may not include bike wrenching, but will most likely involve you learning something about bikes you do not already know.

    check out the website for more info, or pm or email me.

    josh@communitycycles.org
    Cool, I'll definitely check it out! I'll email you - definitely interseted in learning more about the kids program and volunteering.

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