Bike Amnesty Information

Over June 2015, Play on Pedals worked with Glasgow Life, Hero Organisations and the Bike Station to coordinate a city-wide bike amnesty.

100 donated children’s bikes were collected and included in the Play on Pedals fleet.

These bikes were made available for nurseries who were unable to purchase their own fleet of bikes.

Some of the drop off venues are accepting donations of bikes on a rolling basis, so if you have a bike you wish to donate, please contact one of the following venues to arrange a drop off:

 Glasgow Bike Station
 65 Haugh Road, G3 8TX
0141 248 5409

Easthall Resident’s Association
Glenburnie Community Centre, 6 Glenburnie Place, Glasgow G34 9AN
0141 781 2277

Lambhill Stables
11 Canal Bank North, Glasgow, G22 6RD
0141 945 4100

Wheel Fix It
118 Summerhill Road, Drumchapel G15 7JY

De’ils On Wheels
40 Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, G14 9SU
open 11-3pm on Weds and 1-5pm on Thurs 07515 879747

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2 thoughts on “Bike Amnesty Information

  1. Does it need to be 4 year olds only? My 2 year old is very advance for his age and has his own bike he just needs help to master the peddling.

    Many thanks
    Claire

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