There is a big difference between Kids’ Bikes purchased from your Local Bike Shop (LBS) and bikes from a department store. The first difference consumers may notice is the price—Yes, bike shop bikes cost more. Here’s why: (1) LBS bikes use high quality materials, like serviceable bearings, not bushings which wear out fast and can’t be replaced; (2) LBS bikes are generally lighter weight and easier for kids to handle than department store bikes; and, most importantly, (3) LBS bikes are assembled with care by experienced mechanics!
Given the quality and workmanship of the bikes we sell, we’re glad to take your child’s bike back in trade for up to 3 years from the date of purchase.
The Durham Cycles Trade in Program
Trade your purchase in for any other youth bike for 3 years from the date of purchase*
- Year 1, up to 50% trade in
- Year 2, up to 40% trade in
- Year 3, up to 30% trade in