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Kids Bike Trade-Up

Trade-In and Trade-Up Program for Kids Bikes
(applies only to NEW kids bikes purchased from Eden Bicycles)

About the Program

Our goal is to help every child enjoy a safe and quality bicycle while still making it affordable for families as they grow. So, when you buy any new kids or youth bicycle (24" wheel or less) at Eden Bicycles, we will give you back 50% of the original purchase price, in trade, when you’re ready to buy the next bike size up.


  • Trade-in value good for up to two years after the original bike purchase.
  • Only valid for trade-in for a larger wheel bicycle.
  • Bring the original sales receipt and your child’s bike in reasonable and rideable condition, and we’ll take care of the rest. The bike must be in good working condition or able to be made into such condition, and be cosmetically appealing (details below). Any repairs required will be deducted from the credit amount.
  • One bike per trade please.
  • If you have 2 or more kid’s bikes to trade, you are welcome to apply each bike to a separate trade.
  • Cannot be combined with offers or sale promotions.
  • Original purchaser only

Which bikes may I trade-up to?

You may trade-up to any new, larger size bicycle that is intended for use by a child/teenager, up to a 24” wheel bicycle. You may not trade for a same-sized or smaller bicycle.

What happens to my old bike?

Your old bike will make another child happy! We will fix it up and sell it as a used bike. Any bikes that do not sell within 1 year will be donated to charity.

What are the requirements to receive credit?

Good Working Condition

A bicycle in good working condition is a safe and functioning bicycle where all tires have no less than 50% of tread remaining, tubes hold air, no stripped nuts, bolts, or allen keys; brakes and pads stop bike adequately; drivetrain components (gears, chain, shifters, etc.) are in good condition, wheels and frame are intact, and all original accessories are present (i.e. baskets, training wheels, safety pads).

Cosmetically Appealing

A bicycle that is cosmetically appealing is rust-free; not excessively scratched; and paint is not excessively chipped. We do expect and accept some minor scratches and marks.

You can still receive credit if the bike can be made safe and appealing. We will simply reduce the credit based on our costs to improve the bicycle. Of course, we expect the bike to be used, but not damaged.