Sunday, October 16 at 10 AM – 1 PM
721 E. 9th St., Lawrence, Kansas 66044
150 classic and hot bicycles for sale and we have some free ones, too.
One day only.
Used Inventory for Sale:
- Kid & adult bikes.
- Bicycle wheels – various sizes and conditions.
- Road bikes, mountain bikes & hybrids.
- Brands: Schwinn, Western Flyer, Huffy, Fuji, Giant, BSOs & more.
- Hot Bikes – Get on your hot bike and ride. Ready to roll with little or no additional work.
- Classic Bikes – Awesome lugged, steel frame project bikes and some cool antiques.
- Free Bikes – Use them for parts, art or a project bike. One free bike per person.
Sold as is. No returns.
Cash or Credit Card ($5 CC fee.)
Questions? Email email@example.com.
We also need volunteers to help out Saturday, the 15th and Sunday during the sale. Please sign up to help!
Raffling goodies, Frank’s North Star Tavern, and Free State Brewery porch group picture
On Thursday, June 16th, about 60 volunteers and friends of Lawrence Unchained rode from Cottin’s Farmers Market to Frank’s North Star Tavern, from there to the Free State Brewery pub downtown, and finally to the Free State East Side bottling plant and brewery, where we toured the facility and enjoyed excellent food from KB’s Smokehouse. Along the way, we enjoyed the beautiful weather, excellent company, good beer and food, and the thrill of a few raffle drawings.
We raised over $1150!
Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed the evening with us! We look forward to riding again next year.
And thanks, also, to Free State Brewery for hosting our event, and all the businesses and individuals who support our efforts to recycle bicycles in Lawrence, Kansas, particularly the Lawrence Re-Cyclery and Anderson Rentals.
Bikes all the way down…
Saturday, May 12th marked another successful event for Unchained at the Lawrence Community Shelter. Five volunteers loaded a trailer and a bike rack full of bikes out to the Shelter for a bike safety and training event. The Shelter’s clients listened to us explain the basics of bicycle safety and maintenance and received refurbished bicycles, helmets, locks and bike lights for their time.
Talking bike safety and maintenance at the Lawrence Community Shelter
Following the seminar and bike fitting, the group took a ride from the Shelter out to the new interchange at K-10 and O’Connell road to practice riding skills and see a convenient and secure route for getting from the Shelter to east Lawrence by bicycle.
In all, Shelter clients earned 12 bicycles by attending the training. In preparation for the event, we received $75 in cash donations, and many new items donated directly from our fundraising efforts, including new locks, lights and helmets.
We appreciate the donations we received in support of this event, and look forward to future projects with the Shelter. We are still accepting donations.