Cortland City Police will conduct their Seventh Annual Bicycle Sale this Friday (June 26) from 8:00 am to Noon, helping the agency clear its inventory of recovered bikes by putting them back to good use in the community.
The event will take place at the Armory drill room (Wheeler Avenue), with around 80 bikes available for sale in various stages of disrepair.
Each will be sold “as is” for $25, except for those needing a large amount of work for $10-$15 and higher end bicycles available for $50.
All proceeds will be split evenly and donated to the Cortland Water Works Deer Fund and the Community Oriented Police Program.
Community Officer Jesse Abbott will also be present to register bicycles during the sale, as a way of continuing the Cortland City Police Department Bicycle Registration Program.
All officers will be wearing PPE and all citizens will be required to wear a mask.