Recycled Cycles

Keeping Seattle Rolling Since 1994

Kona Bike demo hosted by Recycled Cycles

On Saturday March 21st. Recycled Cycles is hosting The Kona Bicycle Co. for a Demo ride. We will have a selection of Process bikes as well others available. We will lead two rides the first at 11 and a second at 2. A rider day pass is required for this area. The link and more information about the area can be found at Demo

New Website

We are in the process of updating this fine old “classic” website. Our own Todd has taken on the task of installing an eleven speed drive train on this old french threaded bi

Kona Demos

We have Kona Process demos available until the end of the month.

The Boat Street store is sporting a fres

The Boat Street store is sporting a fresh look. We spent a couple days painting the floor, cleaning walls and chasing down dust bunnies. The place hasn’t looked this good in years. Stop in soon.

Hey, Recycled Cycles customers! The Boat

Hey, Recycled Cycles customers!

The Boat Street/U-District location will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 22 and Thursday, Jan. 23 for maintenance. We apologize in advance for any inconveniences.

With that being said, our Fremont location will be open both days – regular hours (10am-7pm), so be sure to stop in there for any of your cycling needs.

Oh, by the way…….GO HAWKS!!!

Final markdowns set on all remaining 201

Final markdowns set on all remaining 2013 Raleigh and Kona bikes. Quantities are limited so stop in today.

Our Annual Winter Clearance Sale begins

Our Annual Winter Clearance Sale begins Nov. 29th and runs to Christmas Eve. Doors open at the “crack” of 10:00am. Big savings on 2013 Raleigh Bikes, clothing, parts, accessories and tune-ups!

Recycled Cycles will be CLOSED Thanksgiv

Recycled Cycles will be CLOSED Thanksgiving Day. We are thankful for the Seattle community for supporting Recycled Cycles for close to twenty years!

Used up-

Used up-

Excessive wear on brake pads is a sure way to ruin rim sidewalls. During the winter months when roads are wet, brake pads seem to dissolve before our eyes. The road grit and water combine to make an abrasive that wear out the brake pads more quickly than during dryer riding conditions. Once the pad wears down considerable, the stopping power of our brakes plummets. Another casualty of excessive pad wear comes once all the rubber material is worn away. This exposes the metal base to which the pad material attaches. At that point metal on metal friction occurs every time you apply the brakes. The result is the destruction of the rims sidewall. Once this occurs the rim wall will lose its structure and potentially blow apart from the back pressure on the tires.
Keep an eye on your brake pads and replace them often. They are much cheaper than new wheels.

Fall Tool School Schedule


Lube is a drive trains best friend. How much is too much?

With the onset of cooler weather and clouds, Recycled Cycles is please to announce the reintroduction of our popular repair class. This fall’s class runs on Wednesday night from 7:05 to 9:00 pm. The dates are October 16,23,30 and November 6,13 and 20th. The cost of the class is $175.00 plus the $25.00 textbook.

Give the shop a call at 206-547-4491 or stop in to register and pay your tuition. We have the textbooks available for purchase anytime.

Please visit for more information.

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