Get A Bicycle Trade-Up Quote!

Bike Trade Up LogoOne of the best ways to get a new bicycle is to trade in your old one with our Trade Up service. Use this form to describe the bicycle you wish to trade in. We'll review it and contact you to give you a quote on your bike's trade-in value. You'll be riding your beautiful new dream machine in no time!

PLEASE NOTE:

We have partnered with a Bicycle Trade in company. Currently they only accept higher-end road, Tri, or mountain bikes. In order to be eligible for the Trade Up Program, your bike must have a resale value of $600 or greater--which will be determined by our partnering company. If you are not sure if your bike has a resale valued of $600 or more please feel free to submit a request--There is no charge for submitting a Trade Up request. If you have a Kids Bike that you would like to trade in, please refer to our separate Kids Bike Trade-up Program.
Example: 2005 Trek Madone 5.2
or 2007 Kona CoilAir
Example: 56cm or 17 inch
Mint: 4-5 rides, less than 100 miles.
Excellent: A few scratches and scuffs but still lightly used.
Good: Usable, but in need of things like tires, saddle, bar tape.
Fair: Still functional but in need of many cosmetic improvements.
Example: aluminum with carbon stays
Example: Euskaltel Orange
Example: Alpha Q Sub-3
or RockShox Tora Air, 80mm-130mm travel
Example: Zipp 404 clinchers
or Mavic Crossmax SL-R
Example: TruVativ Rouleur, compact crankset
Example: Shimano Dura-Ace 9-speed STI
Example: SRAM Force
Example: Shimano Ultegra
or Avid Juicy 7 disc
Example: Both are Easton EA 70
Example: Thomson Elite
Example: Selle Italia SLR
Example: Bicycle never crashed, ridden approximately 2000 miles.

Contact Information

(Jane Smith)
(jane@abcdefg.com)
(XXX-XXX-XXXX)

Bikes that can be traded

We have partnered with a Bicycle Trade in company. Currently they only accept higher-end road, Tri, or mountain bikes. In order to be eligible for the Trade Up Program, your bike must have a resale value of $600 or greater--which will be determined by our partnering company. If you are not sure if your bike has a resale valued of $600 or more please feel free to submit a request--There is no charge for submitting a Trade Up request.