At Cycle Craft, we recognize that keeping your kids riding on a bike store quality bicycle can be expensive. We’re here to help! Our kids bike upgrade program saves you money by allowing you to trade in a bike your child has outgrown for the next size up. Here’s how it works:
Bring in your current kids bike sized 12”, 16”, 20” or 24” for evaluation. The bike must be a bike store quality bike (not purchased from a department store) and be in ride-able condition. We will grade your bike A, B, or C based on its condition. Grade “A” bikes will have an almost new appearance with minimal paint damage and no significant rust. Tires will not show significant wear and seat and grips will not be torn. The bike should have all its original stock parts including training wheels, fenders, baskets, pads, etc.
A grade “B” bike should be in good condition showing moderate paint damage and minimal rust. Tires will show moderate wear and the bike should have all of its original accessories intact as described above. A grade “C” bike is operational but has moderate to significant paint damage, significant rust, torn seat or grips and is missing some original accessories such as training wheels, fenders, baskets, pads, etc.
Here is the value chart
|12″||C||$20||Works but not pretty|
|16″||C||$30||Works but not pretty|
|20″||C||$40||Works but not pretty|
|24″||C||$50||Works but not pretty|