Got a bike or some parts you no longer need?

We take bikes of all kinds - from kids bikes to premium road and mountain bikes.

We do prefer them to be mostly free of rust and in repairable condition.  Your donation gives our crew opportunities to learn both bike mechanics and life skills. To donate, you can do one of the following:

You drop off - Fill out the form below or text us with your suburb and we will provide you with the closest drop off point we have.

We collect – Fill out the form below or text us with your address, number of bikes (or brief details of parts) and a location you can leave the bike for a contactless pick up. We will then reply with a collection date.

Looking to donate a bike or parts?

We invite you to fill in our online contact form below or alternatively contact the Tasmanian Bike Collective.

Looking to donate a bike/s or bike part/s?

Simply fill in our online form below:

Please provide any information you can about how many bikes or brief details of parts

Please let us know if you are able to drop off the bikes and/or parts or if you need us to collect.

Drop-off: please provide your suburb and we will respond with the nearest drop off point.
Contactless pickup: please provide your street address including house number, suburb and postcode. We will then reply with a collection date.

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