Donate A Used Bicycle

BICYCLE RECYCLING DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

Please drop off bicycles only during operating hours:

Bike Works Shop
3709 S. Ferdinand
Seattle, WA 98118

Shoreline Transfer Station†
2300 North 165th Street
Shoreline, WA 98133

Bow Lake Transfer Station†
18800 Orillia Rd S.
Tukwila, WA 98118

South Transfer Station†
130 S. Kenyon Street
Seattle WA 98108

North Transfer Station†
1350 N 34th St
Seattle WA 98103

The Recology Store*
22833 Bothell-Everett Hwy, #111
Bothell, WA 98021

The Recology Store*
Gilman Village
317 NW Gilman Blvd, #22
Issaquah, WA 98027
The Recology Store*
Highline Five Corners Shopping Center
15858 1st Ave S, #A100
Burien, WA 98148

The Recology Store*
15235 Aurora Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133

†No fee for bikes & bike parts at city transfer stations

*Residential customers to Recology Stores may drop off a maximum of 3 bikes per drop-off. Non-customers may also drop off at The Recology Store for a minimal fee. Call store for details. For large quantities or commercial disposal options, please contact Recology’s customer service line for your city.

FAQs

Q. What sorts of bikes and bike parts, etc. can I donate to Bike Works?
A. Bicycles of any quality and in any condition, bicycle parts of any variety, bike frames, and bike accessories or gear of any type.

Q. Can I get a receipt for a tax deduction for my bike and bike parts, etc. donation?
A. Yes! When dropping off your donations in the shop, we will offer you a receipt for your tax-deductible donation. You can also download one yourself by filling in the donation form below.

Q. How do I know if Bike Works will accept my donation?
A. Bike Works has many different outlets for redistributing incoming bicycle donations via our programs and partners. For more info see Recycle & Reuse Programs and Partnerships. Bike Works will accept almost everything bicycle-related. Please call with any questions: 206-257-5895 with questions.

Q. How will the bike I donate be used?
A. That depends. Donated bikes may be used as teaching tools in our youth or adult programs and then donated through a partner organization to someone in need of a bike. Bikes may be made available for the youth in our Earn-A-Bike program to earn. And bikes may be refurbished by staff or volunteers and sold in our community bike shop, with the sales revenue generated in this way funding our programming.


Host a Bike Drive

Looking for a way to help Bike Works?  Does your child’s school, Girl or Boy Scout troop, or your faith community need a community service project?  We are always looking for individuals or organizations to host a Bike Works Bike Drive. Just like a clothing or food drive, a Bike Drive collects used bikes for use in Bike Works programs. Bring your used bicycle to Bike Works – and bring your neighbors, too!

Download the Bike Drive Guide


Bicycle Donation Receipt