Hours of Operation:
Tue thru Fri: 10am - 5:30pm
Sat: 9am to 5pm
Sun: 12pm to 4pm
Jacket no longer fit? Bring it in, we accept gently used motorcycle clothing & accessories for consignment.
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The Recycle Biker Shop
747 W. Poplar Ave. Ste 101-103
Collierville, TN 38017
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The Recycle Biker Shop is the Mid South’s premier independent retailer of motorcycle clothing and accessories. We carry the largest selection of new and gently used Consignment biker gear. With 3000 sq. feet of merchandise, we offer men’s & women’s leathers, helmets, sunglasses, jewelry, patches, flags & mounts, boots, do rags, cleaning supplies, Royal Purple oil, oil filters, pins, stickers, t-shirts, sissy bar bags, tour bags, Anti Monkey Butt powder, belts, tool kits, knives, doggie clothing, hats, socks, rain suits, face masks, and assorted gift items.
MAC (Motorcycle Awareness Campaign) of Tennessee (Bradley Lea Memorial) Chapter, this a grass roots group of Bikers trying to educate the Public about watching out for Motorcycles. We need Members and Volunteers! Membership is $15 a year. Also we have a North Mississippi Chapter too!
MAC (Motorcycle Awarenss Campaign) of Tennessee
New Consignment Policy - Start taking Consignment Oct 21st
We only take items going forward from our Customers who Ride and Patronize our store! We do not take Garage Sale finds or Flea Markets items...We still have a limit of 15 items, also Helmets 5 years old and newer...also we only take Cruiser style of items! We're a Cruiser Clothing Store! We only take items Tuesday thru Friday! We do not conduct any Consignment business on weekends! If you want to check on your items, this must be done Tues thru Friday as well!
We only take Clothing, No Parts!
We'll start taking Consignment again October 21st!
I DIDN'T SEE HIM
Metal crashing, bones breaking, tires skidding. In the blink of an eye “I didn’t see him” was the word
As I lay here on the street. I can’t get up, what happened? Oh now there are people hustling, sirens screaming, “Can you hear me?” Sir, Can you hear me?
Oct 17th 2015
West Tennessee Veterans Home Motorcycle Rally