The Best Used Bike Shops Columbus Has To Offer

It’s warm, it’s sunny, and it’s officially Spring. Time to get biking Columbus.

Now that the weather has settled a bit and the sky doesn’t look so awful and angry, it’s the perfect time to get those old bicycles out of the garage and put in some mileage. If your bike isn’t actually in working condition or you’re just looking to get a new ride but not spend a bunch of dough, Columbus has some great options for buying used rides or tweaking the one you already have. Check out these great places so that you can get out there on the road as soon as possible for the cheap.

Dandy Bikes On High

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Dandy offers some super affordable bikes starting at just 100 bucks. They also offer a 30-day layaway plan so you can make sure you get the bike you want, despite the price.

Dandy Bikes On High

Dandy Bikes On High

Once Ridden Bikes

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With a fully stocked gallery of new and refurbished bikes, Once Ridden will have just about anything you need to get you moving, not to mention a whole slew of accessories.

Once Ridden Bikes

Third-Hand Bike Co-op

via Third Hand Bicycle Co-op Facebook

These guys serve as a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing and instructing environmentally safe ways of transportation. A lot of their service comes from volunteers and they operate mostly from donations, allowing them to provide goods and services for the cheap.

Third Hand Bicycle Co-op

The Downtown Bike Shop

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Dealing almost exclusively with used refurbished bikes, Downtown Bike Shop definitely has a grasp of this city’s used bicycle demands. While they don’t keep anything new in-shop, they do offer the service of ordering them in for you if you’d prefer that new bike smell.

The Downtown Bike Shop

Bikes For All People

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Bikes For All is a part of Church and Community Development For All People, a faith-based non-profit dedicated to servicing Columbus neighborhoods. Bikes For All People specifically provides affordable biking for those who relying on them for transportation in Columbus’ south side.

Bikes For All People

Franklinton Cycle Works

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Another non-profit, FCW remains passionate about educating the community in bike repair and providing transportation for those that need it. They also serve as a community maker space, providing quality equipment for anyone who wants to use it to learn and hone their bike craft.

Franklinton Cycle Works

All of these options are super affordable and they’re dedicated to putting bikes in the hands of the communities they serve. Give them a look through, peruse their selections, and get rolling!