IBDs wanting to try out the mega load-carrying FreeRadical (a back-end conversion kit for bikes) can buy one for £110 at the Harrogate show this weekend. Re~Cycle is the old-bikes-to-the-developing-world charity and will be sharing the BikeBiz stand at the show

Re~Cycle offers special show price on the FreeRadical bike extension

The FreeRadical extends a bicycle, and its load-carrying potential.

Full details of how the thing attaches to an existing bike frame can be found at http://www.xtracycle.com

Re~Cycle – run by Merlin Matthews – is the UK and EU distributor for the FreeRadical. A special version is produced for use in the developing world.

The charity was the winner of the first Upstart Award, run by the New Statesman and Centrica, winning £15,000 and support ~ more in depth expert 3rd party validation of our simple and extremely effective work.

Re~Cycle’s mission statement is: "Take an unwanted bike lying in the UK, ship it to a country where it’s really needed and teach the local people the skills to fix and maintain it."

Tel: 01206 38 2207


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