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Newark Bike Project is not a commercial dealer; we are re-homing personally donated used bicycles in a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) community bike shop. NBP mechanics fix up donated bicycles and get them back onto the streets instead of sitting unused or in a landfill. We also use our shop space for teaching walk-in bike owners how to do their own repairs and rely on their bicycles for sustainable transportation and affordable recreation. We have fully equipped stations with professional tools, access to used parts, and the knowledge of volunteer mechanics who are eager to show you how to perform your own maintenance.
We currently have over 100 bicycles, including over 40 that are repaired and ready to go. Bikes needing repairs are priced accordingly if you're looking for a project. We get and fix up new bikes every day, so we do not have the ability to answer emails about whether we have a particular bike.
(basically, we price bikes below what a bike would sell for on Craigslist)
1970s/1980s American steel road bikes: $70 to $100
European/Japanese lugged steel road bikes: $100 to $200
Vintage bikes, some needing repairs: $30 - $150
Name brand mountain and hybrid bikes (Giant, Trek, Specialized, Raleigh, Fuji, etc.): $100 to $200+
Department store low-end mountain style bikes: $40 to $75
Upright european city bikes: $50 to $150
Beach cruisers: $50 to $100
Kids bikes: $5 to $40 (most bikes 20" wheel size and smaller are Pay What You Want!)
We also have several entry level and older bikes that need repairs at prices under $50, and we have frames for $20 to $50.
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers