Further Information

Where are we and getting there?

MerseyCycle is the home of bicycle recycling in Liverpool Merseyside. We are based in Knowsley but are right on the Liverpool border.

There are various ways of getting to us.

By car the park entrance is adjacent to the M62 between the Rocket and Knotty Ash Junction. Big brown information signs direct you to Court Hey Park. The entrance is on the A5080 Roby Road.

The nearest train stations are Broadgreen and Roby. Both are accessed on the City Line from Lime Street Railway Station.

The 61 bus goes along Roby Road but the 79 bus also goes along Childwall Valley Road at the rear of the park and then on foot the park can be accessed by the entrances by Pascal Baylon School.

Nation Cycle Network route 62 is very close to the park too. Locally this stretch is called the Ralla of the Loop Line. NCN62 goes from Southport to Hull. Leaving the route at Lanfranc Way and heading to Castletown Close you can then access Baldwin Avenue, Chelwood Avenue and then the park is easiest accessed from Thornton Road.


Opening Times?

We are a volunteer lead project. We have sales on specific dates and times but in essence we are at the workshop every Thursday from 10 until 1 and then 2 until 4. Other times can be arranged by appointment. It is always best to phone ahead to check that we are in just in case something has cropped up.


Donations of parts and bikes.

We always welcome donations but would ask you to contact us in advance to discuss the bicycles or parts that you have to donate. Sometimes not all bikes can be recycled. After a call with you we may come and take a look or ask you to send us a photograph. On occasions we can arrange for us to come and collect the bike from you.







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