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    Wink Recycling

    I've somehow been elected neighborhood wrench, as a result i have accumuated a number of old bike tires & tubes, not to mention fork oil & brake fluid. Does anyone know of a Denver area bike shop that accepts tires & tubes for recycling? I think I have the oil & brake fluid coverer.

    Thanks, hate to just chuck the stuff when it can be put to good use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilmoose
    I've somehow been elected neighborhood wrench, as a result i have accumuated a number of old bike tires & tubes, not to mention fork oil & brake fluid. Does anyone know of a Denver area bike shop that accepts tires & tubes for recycling? I think I have the oil & brake fluid coverer.

    Thanks, hate to just chuck the stuff when it can be put to good use.
    An automotive tire store ought to be able to take care of them, if nothing else.

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    bicycle village has a recycling center for tires, just about any automotive store will take the oil and what not. call ahead of time because some stores wont accept the oil any more

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    Good job! Recycle Tires for tubes

    Wheatridge has a tire recycle bin - AND I think you get a tube for every tire you recycle.

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