Bike Rescue recycles bikes like this Ripley carrier bike
or Pashley Postie
and puts them back to work in the city of York. They’ve rescued 1000 bikes to date and are part of the larger Freecycle network.
Here in Seattle, Recycled Cycles has bins of used bike parts and Bike Works! recycles bikes for urban kids.
Does your community recycle bikes?
Here in Atlanta we have the SOPO Bike Co-op, http://www.sopobikes.org/
Thanks for the comment—I just posted today on another bike recycler [in Chicago](http://bikehugger.com/2009/05/working-bikes-cooperative.html).
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