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The goal of the Fall Bike Sale is to offer affordable, ready-to-ride bicycles to students. Transportation Services has teamed up with the ALI Bike Shop, OSU Surplus and OSU Public Safety to refurbish abandoned or dropped-off bikes and put them back into use on campus.
Find your new ride at the Beaver Community Fair in the Memorial Union Quad! Friday, October 6, 12-4 p.m.
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The Fall Bike Sale is offered by a campus partnership that collects and refurbishes abandoned bikes throughout the year. OSU Surplus hosts this sale event at the Beaver Community Fair, to make it easy for students to connect with affordable bikes in the fall.
Transportation Services will be there with free lights, helmets, and ZAP registrations. Public Safety will also be there to register bikes with Project 529 and answer questions about securing bikes.
Leaving your bike behind? Students leaving OSU can donate their bikes to help offer affordable, ready-to-ride bicycles to future students!
That’s it! After you drop it off, Public Safety will secure the bike, and Transportation Services and the ALI Bike Shop Mechanics will take it from there. Your bike will either be refurbished for the Fall Bike Sale or go directly into a Surplus public sale. Income from the sale of dropped-off bikes will be used to purchase replacement parts and other costs associated with the bike sale.
Give your bike a leg up on its next adventure, and drop it off with a Public Safety Officer in Cascade Hall.