The Cortland Police Department's sixth annual bicycle sale of seized and unclaimed bikes will be from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on July 6 at the Armory on Wheeler Avenue.
Deputy Chief Paul Sandy says about 90 bikes of all different sizes and levels of disrepair will be available for sale. The bicycles go for $25 a piece. Bicycles that need more repair than others can be sold for less, at Sandy's discretion.
People are limited to two bikes a piece, besides families with multiple children, for example.
"This isn't for people to buy cheap bikes and make money, it's to put bikes back into the use of kids and the hands of people who will utilize them," Sandy said.