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Courier service makes Sell // Trade easy

By Spencer Powlison

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Since our humble beginnings in 2006, The Pro’s Closet (TPC) has always had roots in the Colorado Front Range. For many years, we enjoyed seeing our customers, new and old, in person at our Boulder headquarters. Unfortunately, that all changed in 2020.

Due to the global pandemic, we had to shut our retail storefront, out of respect for public health and safety. It quickly became apparent that this made it a lot harder for our local customers to sell their quality pre-owned bikes to TPC. And we get it — it’s a little silly to have to disassemble and box a bike, then ship it to a location that’s only a short drive away.

So, in the second half of 2020, we partnered with Denver Boulder Couriers to offer pickup service to Denver/Boulder area customers to make it easier for you to sell bikes to The Pro’s Closet.

Sell your bike

How TPC’s courier service works

After you go through the usual Sell // Trade process of submitting your bike and accepting our offer, you’ll be presented with the option to use our courier service.

Currently, we partner with Denver Boulder Couriers to pick up bikes in the following cities and towns, as well as locations within this geographic area:

Arvada
Aurora
Boulder
Broomfield
Denver
Littleton
Golden
Highlands Ranch
Longmont
Wheatridge

At this point, the courier service is only able to make pickups in this area.

Once you request a courier pickup, a representative from TPC will get in touch with a pick-up date and time.

Before pickup, remove any accessories that are not included in the offer we made on your bike. This could include pedals, GPS mount, saddlebag, water bottle cages, or lights, for example. Label your bike with your submission ID provided by TPC.

Make sure you’re at the specified pick-up location on the set date and time to meet your courier. All you have to do is hand off the bike, and once it arrives at TPC and passes our inspection, we’ll get you paid as quickly as possible.

If you have any questions, please contact one of our Ride Guides.

Thank you for supporting The Pro’s Closet!


1 comment


  • Hi, I have a couple of old children’s bike’s that are pretty basic. I’m not looking for much money, only space in the garage. Does your company trade in these or are you guys mainly high end? If not is there another company/charity in the Denver front range area that you could recommend that would be interested. Thanks!

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