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Are you looking for a deal on a bicycle, mountain bike, BMX or cruiser to explore the Okanagan this spring?
Then Get Local and re’cycle with BikeWays.
This cycle shop currently has top-of-the-line reconditioned bikes for sale at a fraction of the original price. This includes Norco, Schwinn and Specialized, along with a huge assortment of parts and an absolutely great selection of children's bikes, too.
And because your friends at KelownaNow love nothing more than supporting local and sharing deals, we sent Jorden down to BikeWays at 1216 St. Paul Street to meet with Bonnie Fraser of Pathways Abilities Society, and the BikeWays team of Hugh, D'Arcy, Jessica and Mike. In the video below, we'll show you how to shop gently used bikes and parts at BikeWays and get a discount on a bicycle that's passed a thorough maintenance checklist.
See something you like? Call BikeWays ASAP because the bikes you saw in the video will sell quickly. To browse the available selection of bikes and parts, just visit their website to see this rotating list of bike bargain hunting deals. And, if your tire has a flat, bring it in for repair.
To get your gently used bike from BikeWays, follow these 6 steps:
Ready to explore the Okanagan and support a get cause that helps individuals with diverse abilities in our community find customized employment?
Then go Get Local with BikeWays.
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.
Pathways Abilities Society is a non-profit organization providing services to individuals with diverse abilities in 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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