Mon – Sat
9am – 5.30pm
10am – 4pm
Today marked the dawning of a new era. There were laughs, challenges, prizes won, bikes secured and protected and plenty of food eaten. What a fantastic and brilliant way to be welcomed on to Enterprise Complex on Walmgate. For us, Walmgate has a lot of history. It’s where our first shop was located too!
Minster FM was there all day showing their support and helping us in our efforts to raise money for St. Leonards Hospice. There was a Tombola, games, bouncy castle and a BBQ that was all helping contribute to a brilliant day. We even had a visit from York’s Lord Mayor Dave Taylor, who presented the trophy to the winning team of the challenge we ran.
We are very proud of what we have achieved so far with Recycle York and the planned expansion of the second-hand bike shop now in Enterprise Complex on Walmgate York is a great achievement for us and marks an important milestone in our effort to be York’s number 1 bike shop.
We will continue to be providing bike repairs, as well as expanding our second-hand parts department to ensure you will be able to find anything you might need for your bike at pocket friendly prices.
As previously mentioned, we had Minster FM broadcasting live from the event all day! Two of their team members couldn’t help but get involved with the treasure hunt that we ran across our beautiful City of York.
We had a race to the finish line at our new premises on Walmgate, York and it was safe to the say… the competition came right down to the closing moments. Due to a confession from BOTH TEAMS involved, it was deemed a draw.
What an incredible reception we had and we hope to add to the history of Walmgate. From the 16th and 17th century cattle and sea-fish markets to quality bikes and affordable prices. Recycle York is back and raring to go! Get yourselves across and see the new space, get your bike booked in for a service and get on the road safely!
Not only did we have the local radio station with us… we also got a visit from a couple of local police officers from North Yorkshire Police. This was in an effort to help people secure their bikes free of charge by having the officers security mark the bikes, this will help identify the bike as stolen should that problem ever arise.
North Yorkshire police actually have an article about keeping your bike safe and offer tips to help keep your noble steed safe and secure. Check it out here and see what you can to do help yourself keep your bike safe.