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Ride to school, work or just for fun on a pre-loved bicycle from BikeWays

The team at BikeWays has been working hard all summer refurbishing pre-loved bikes in order for you to roll out the door at a fraction of the cost of buying new.

In fact, they’ve been working so hard that they now have more bikes than they have space for!

What does that mean for you? It means that in order to make room on the showroom floor, BikeWays is offering incredible savings on top of great value with a store-wide sale from September 21st to October 2nd.

Even though the sale will last two weeks, you won’t want to wait. For the best selection, be sure to visit the shop as soon as possible because all bikes in stock are one of a kind.

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Are you currently without a bike? Or maybe the bike you do have is on the small side?

Whether it's a children’s bike, commuter or something in between, BikeWays has options that will have you rolling efficiently and safely at great prices.

As always, all proceeds from the sale of pre-loved bikes and parts support Pathways Abilities Society, enabling paid employment for individuals with diverse abilities in our community.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many supply chains in the retail cycling industry have been disrupted leaving bike shops across the nation wiped clean of regularly stocked items including bicycle parts as basic as tubes and tires.

Thankfully, BikeWays has a surplus of parts and accessories too.

If you’re a DIY kind of person, a bike restorer or simply a bike owner who wants to increase the life of your bike for the fall riding season, check out the full list of parts currently available at BikeWays by clicking here.

Got a flat? With all the riding that is still possible before the snow flies, there is no sense hanging up the bike for winter just because you blew a tire.

Visit the team at BikeWays for a quick and easy flat repair while you go for a coffee around the corner.

What about the bike at home that has a few small issues and as a result isn’t getting ridden?

Donated bikes is what keeps BikeWays’ wheels turning.

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D’Arcy Bell and his team, located on the corner of St. Paul and Clement in Kelowna, will happily accept bikes that are in reasonable shape but taking up space at home and give it a new life, one that a new owner can appreciate. Your donation will help support Pathways Abilities Society and individuals with diverse abilities throughout the Okanagan Valley.

Fall in the sunny Okanagan provides the perfect combination of cool mornings, so you can arrive at work or school completely refreshed from your commute and warm afternoons, so you can enjoy a leisurely ride home in the sunshine.

BikeWays has what you need to make the most of this season and beyond.

For more information on the store-wide sale happening from September 21st to October 2nd, and to check out some of the featured bikes before they’re gone, visit

Please note that due to COVID-19, BikeWays asks that customers kindly call the shop at (250) 762-4915 prior to visiting as only a certain number of people are permitted entry at one time. All customers will be required to sanitize and wear a mask for everyone's safety.

Pathways Abilities Society is a non-profit organization providing services to individuals with diverse abilities in the Central Okanagan for over 65 years. Among the services it provides, Pathways connects local progressive businesses with individuals with diverse abilities, developing customized employment programs that put diverse abilities to work in our community.

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