ReBcycle

ReBcycle: cool stuff made from used bike parts

Baltimore, Maryland | 424 Sales

ReBcycle

ReBcycle: cool stuff made from used bike parts

Baltimore, Maryland 424 Sales On Etsy since 2013

5 out of 5 stars (52)

Announcement   ReBcycle carries a variety of cool handmade products made from used bicycle parts (bike chains, tubes, spokes, gears/sprokets, etc), including keychains, magnets, earrings, napkin rings, ornaments. If you live in Baltimore City, you can use the coupon code "FREEBMOREPICKUP" to eliminate shipping costs and I'll arrange with you for a time and location to get you your product.

Announcement

ReBcycle carries a variety of cool handmade products made from used bicycle parts (bike chains, tubes, spokes, gears/sprokets, etc), including keychains, magnets, earrings, napkin rings, ornaments. If you live in Baltimore City, you can use the coupon code "FREEBMOREPICKUP" to eliminate shipping costs and I'll arrange with you for a time and location to get you your product.

Patrick McMahon

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cool stuff made from used bike parts

During visits to Portland, OR Patrick McMahon was impressed by not just the bicycle facilities, but the bike culture that was evolving, complete with a craft products made for bicyclists and with bike parts. These included a "beer view mirror" made by Ben Salzberg (which he kindly helped other folks learn how to make).

During a break in between jobs as a bicycle planner in 2013, Patrick (urged on by his wife tired of all the bottle caps and bike parts sitting around their house) decided to finally get around to making some cool stuff out of the stuff he had around and was able to get from the recycling bins of local Baltimore bike shops.

Over time, ReBcycle has grown and evolved with Etsy sales throughout the US and to several other countries, displays at Baltimore bike shops, and occasional craft fairs around Maryland. Patrick focuses on making the "Beer View Mirrors" and bicycle chain products while Meg Stoltzfus makes necklaces and earrings, and there are always plans to expand to more products.

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Last updated on January 17, 2014

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Last updated on Dec 29, 2018
Frequently asked questions
How do I put the Beer View Mirror on my glasses and adjust it?

I’ve created a YouTube video that explains and shows how the mirrors designed for glasses and sunglasses should be attached to the temple of the glasses. You can find it at https://youtu.be/TsqFDDqwKao. Please contact me through Etsy or at ReBcycle@gmail.com if you have other questions.

How do I put a Beer View Mirror (or Soda View Mirror) on my bicycle helmet?

I’ve created a YouTube video that explains and shows how the mirrors designed for bicycle helmets should be attached. You can find it at https://youtu.be/f--K2oRHbmY. Please contact me through Etsy or at ReBcycle@gmail.com if you have other questions.