I live in New York City and I have two large silver road bikes.
I have a brand new bike for Christmas and I’m looking for a replacement for my older silver road.
What do I do?
The Silver Road Bicycle Society (SRBS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
SRBS has been around for years, and its main goal is to raise awareness and support the purchase of and use of silver road bicycles.
SRBs membership dues range from $10-$40.
If you are interested in donating to SRBs, please contact the SRBS office in your area at [email protected]
If your organization would like to donate to SRBS, please visit their website at www.srb-org.org/donate.
If SRBS is not located in your region, please make an appointment with the SRB representative in your local area to make an inquiry.
I live overseas, can I still use my bike?
No, you cannot purchase or rent a silver bicycle from SRBS in the U.S. or Canada.
However, you may return your old bike to SRB for a full refund, or you can purchase a new silver bike from SRB.
We would love to see you back on your silver road bicycle!
What if my silver road gets damaged or stolen?
SRBS does not charge fees for repairs.
If an SRB customer has lost or damaged their silver road, SRBS will replace the bicycle with a brand-new silver road and pay the full cost of the repair.
For more information, please call us at 1-877-255-0222 or email [email protected]
What are the rules for purchasing and renting a silver bike?
The SRBS membership dues are non-refundable.
We recommend that you check with your local SRBS representative to determine whether your local laws apply to renting or purchasing silver bicycles.
If a member has been convicted of a felony or has an active felony record, a federal conviction, or has had their license suspended, SRBs members may not be able to rent a bike from us.
If someone is arrested, accused of a crime, or otherwise in need of assistance, we may be able, but SRBS can only offer assistance if the SRBs member has met the following criteria: The SRBs Member must have been convicted in a criminal or civil case involving the unlawful possession of a firearm or a dangerous weapon.
The SRB Member must be a U. S. citizen or lawful permanent resident and must be residing in the state or jurisdiction where the SRBR Member is licensed.
The U. s. citizen has not been arrested for any felony offense or has been adjudicated mentally incompetent, or was found by a court to be incompetent, for any crime.
The United States Postal Service, the U s Postal Service Licensee, or the U .
Postal Inspector must have confirmed that the SRBD Member has been licensed and approved by the State of California.
The member must have a valid California driver license, valid California motor vehicle registration, and have met the above criteria.
A full refund is only available for a bike that has been returned to SRBR.
How do I rent a Silver Bicycle from SRBs?
The process for renting a Silver bicycle is quite simple.
When you receive your bike from the SRbs store, you can either return it to SRRB or buy it from the local store, or rent it from SRbs.
The store will give you the exact price for the rental.
If the rental is to be for longer than 60 days, you will need to pay an additional $10 fee per rental, as described below.
If it is a full rental, you are responsible for the rent.
How can I check on the status of a rental?
SRBs does not accept check or cash payments.
Please visit their web site to find out the status and availability of a specific rental.
What if I am unable to find my rental bike?
You can find the rental date and location by going to the SRBB website and clicking on the link “Find a Silver Bike.”
In the rental application, you must complete the rental information, including: Your full name (if you have one), address, phone number, and email address.
Your street address.
SRB may ask for additional information, such as a photo ID.
Your name, address, and mailing address.
If possible, please include your email address in the application, as SRB does not use email addresses for rent.
What should I do if my rental date is late?
Please call the SRBM office in the area of your rental, and they will help you determine the availability of your next rental date.
You may be asked to provide proof of rental status.
If that rental date falls in the middle of your remaining rental period, please notify SRBM immediately