Second-hand bikes

Current second-hand, refurbished bikes in store
  Come in for a test ride or give us a call on 01603 631199 if you'd like anymore information.

20" hybrid bike

Carrera Parva

53cm hybrid bike

Gazelle Orange C8

16" hybrid bike
Apollo Elyse


56cm touring bike

Thorn Audax

15" hybrid bike

Viking Versailles

21" hybrid bike

Apollo Encounter

20" hybrid bike

Carrera Subway

14" HYBRID bike

Apollo XC.26

19" single speed bike

On One Pompino
WAS £265 NOW £235

56cm road bike

Giant FCR 2

19" hybrid bike

Specialized Rockhopper

20" front sus. mountain Bike
Trek Singletrack 180

23" hybrid bike

Ridgeback Rapide Speed


20" wheel kids bike

Team MX-20

20" hybrid bike

Falcon Trekker

16" wheel kids bike

Orbea Rider

20" wheel kids bike

Claud Butler Mistral

20" wheel kids bike

Adventurer 200

16" wheel kids bike


12" wheel balance bike
Specialized Hotrock


Second-hand bikes from Bicycle Links:

Our stock is constantly changing but we update this page as often as possible. Our price takes in account new parts added to the bike, refurbing or cleaning current parts and checks by a qualified mechanic. As a guide:

  • £60-£140 buys a fully-refurbished children's bike, price varies by size and condition
  • £160 buys a basic but functional mountain bike type of bicycle
  • £160 to £195 buys an upcycled mountain bike with smooth tyres, mudguards and perhaps a luggage rack
  • £195 to £220 is normally our price for a city hybrid bike
  • £200 to £250 for a city hybrid bike with luggage rack and mudguards
  • £175 to £220 is the average price for a refurbished retro steel racing bike or vintage town bike
  • £300 upward usuallly buys a fully refurbished road bike with many new parts fitted, to your specification - a secondhand frame with a whole new lease of life!
Gravel bikes - we rarely get hold of any secondhand gravel bikes - sorry.  We suggest trying online sales and cycle forums to buy direct from another owner.

Second-hand does not mean second rate:

Unlike bikes that you buy online, all of our secondhand bikes go through a stringent refurbishing and repair process, and often have new parts fitted. We don’t sell bikes unless we are confident that they have passed all our checks:

  • We check the frame for damage
  • We make sure that seatpost and stem are not seized
  • We remove the bottom bracket, apply anti-seize and re-fit or replace it
  • We check headset and hub bearings for wear
  • We renew cables
  • We replace drivetrain, pads, wheels, pedals, bars etc. as necessary
  • The majority of our bikes have new tyres fitted, many have new grips/bar tape and saddles too.

The refurbished bicycle then goes through a test ride and a Pre-Delivery Inspection to double check its condition. Once we are happy, the bike goes on sale and includes a 30 day warranty from date of sale.