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How much will I get for my bike?
We will give you £20 off for your bike if the new one is priced between £170-300,£30 off for your bike if the new one is priced between £300-500, £50 off if the new one is £500-750, £75 off if it’s £750-£1000, £100 off if the new one is £1000-1500, £150 off if it’s £1500-£2000, £250 off if it’s £2000-£5000 and £500 off a bike over £5000.
What condition does my trade in bike need to be in?
We will accept any bike, in any condition – whether it’s rideable or not. You can even carry it in if you’re missing those all important wheels.
What bikes are included in the offer?
The Trade In offer is valid on all bikes with the exclusion of Ex-Demo and Soiled bikes.
How long is this offer on for?
The offer will finish on the 2nd June. Orders placed on or before 2nd June for bikes not in stock but due in will still be honoured.
Can I trade my bike in online?
If you buy online your only delivery option will be our Click & Collect service, the discount will be applied when you enter the code but you will still need to take your old bike into the store when you collect your new one.
Where is my nearest Evans Cycles Store?
You can find your nearest store online here.
If I change my mind, can I have my old bike back?
Unfortunately we are unable to return any of the traded in bikes even in the event of a refund. Once donated, bikes are the property of Evans Cycles, and will be reused by our community partners. However, our standard returns policy still applies to all new bikes. You can find details here.
Can I use my Ride-to-Work scheme certificate?
Yes, you can use any of the tax free schemes which we support. You can use your Ride-to-Work, Cyclescheme or Cycle Plus certificate as part of our Trade-In offer.
Can I use finance?
Yes you can apply for finance in conjunction with trade in
Can I donate more than one bike?
You will only receive the money off discount for one bike but if you wish to donate additional bikes for no benefit then they will be reused by our community partners within their projects.
Do I need to trade in the same type of bike that I buy?
No, you can trade in any bike whether it’s a kids or bmx, to town bikes, road and mountain bikes.
Can I trade in kids bikes?
Yes, you can trade in kids bikes so if they’ve grown out of their bike, bring it in and trade for a new one.
Can I part exchange my bike for other products?
Bikes can only be traded-in when buying a new bike but you can of course purchase any clothing and accessories alongside your new bike.
If I don’t want a bike at this time can I have a gift voucher?
We are not able to issue gift vouchers in conjunction with traded bikes. Your purchase must be made or order placed when trading in your old bike.
Can I buy and trade in more than one bike?
Yes you can but you will need to trade in one bike for every new bike and complete them as separate transactions.
Can I just donate my bike without a purchase?
Yes – if you have an old bike which you no longer want you can donate it at any of our stores and it will be reused by our community partners within their projects.
Can I find out where and how my old bike will be re-used?
Your bike will be examined and then refurbished to a high quality by trained mechanics at one of our partners. These bikes are then donated to various community initiatives or sold to raise funds for social projects. Bikes that don’t make the cut and are deemed unsafe or unusable are stripped for their parts and recycled accordingly.
The Evans Cycles trade in is now in its fourth year, and has seen 4,935 bikes traded in to date saving our customers a total of £173,946.
All traded in bikes are donated to worthy causes via our selected charity partners listed below. From providing new forms of transport to children and adults in both the Britain and Africa to new jobs for those trained in the art of bicycle mechanics, your ‘Shed Dweller’ or ‘Torture Spike’ has more value than you might think.
Cranks is a DIY bike workshop in Kemptown in Brighton. They've got all the tools and parts you'll need to maintain your bike with volunteers on hand to teach basic repair skills to the local community.
NCA provides bikes to primary schools to enable more children to participate in Bikeability training and also organise family rides.
Donated bikes are used in workshops and courses for young people who struggle in mainstream education.
The bikes donated at Bikespace help provide young people outside of mainstream education with skills for the future.
The Bristol Bike Project is a worker’s cooperative repairing and relocating unwanted bicycles.
Recycle Bikes specialises in recycled bike sales, service and repair as well as youth and adult training.
Bikeworks run a variety of community cycling programmes including employability for disadvantaged groups, all ability cycling, bicycle ReUse & recycling and schools cycle training.
The Bike Station provide a range of services for employers to promote cycling and sustainable transport. They work with voluntary organisations, schools and youth groups.
Recyke y’bike aims to promote cycling as a sustainable and a healthy form of transport; to recycle scarce resources; and to give volunteering opportunities to a diverse range of people.
The Bike Rescue Project rescues and repairs unwanted bikes and use them, and the money raised, to support their community and charitable projects.
Not About the Bike is a project run by The Henderson Trust operating bike maintenance courses to support both young refugees and asylum seekers.

Terms and conditions:
Trade in discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion or Price Match.
Once traded in, bikes are the property of Evans Cycles and cannot be returned to the customer even in the event of a refund. The trade in discount on a new bike depends on the price of the new bike, not the condition of the old one. We will give you £20 off for your bike if the new one is priced between £170-300,£30 off for your bike if the new one is priced between £300-500, £50 off if the new one is £500-750, £75 off if it’s £750-£1000, £100 off if the new one is £1000-1500, £150 off if it’s £1500-£2000, £250 off if it’s £2000-£5000 and £500 off a bike over £5000. Cannot be used when buying an Ex-Demo or Soiled bike.

Offer valid from 26th March until 2nd June 2015. We aim to re-use as many bikes as possible through our community partners. Where re-use is not practical, we will recycle the bikes responsibly.


This story was last updated on 03/06/2015

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