Our annual bike drive to benefit Bike Exchange is Sept. 30

One of our early bike drives.

Bring your no-longer-wanted bicycles to the West Windsor Farmers Market on Saturday, Sept. 30, where the WWBPA once again will be collecting these donations for Bike Exchange of Trenton.

Bike Exchange volunteers will fix up the bikes for resale, with the proceeds benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Mercer County. Donations are tax-deductible.

Don’t worry if a bike isn’t in great shape; Bike Exchange can still use it.

If you can’t drop off a bike during market hours, another option is to bring it to the Department of Public Works during the township’s fall clean-up event on Sept. 9. Note that this event is for West Windsor residents only.

And if you are looking for a new-to-you bike, especially for kids who regularly outgrow their bikes, consider shopping at Bike Exchange in the Capitol Plaza Shopping Center in Ewing (across Spruce Street from Halo Farm and the Trenton Farmers Market). Inventory changes constantly. Store hours are limited.

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