Nearly 4 million new bicycles are sold each year in the UK.
There is one bike for every three people in the country.
1896 - the year of manufacture of the oldest bike donated, now fully restored
86% - the percentage of people who get a reconditioned bike from the Bike Station who would not otherwise buy a bike.
15kg - the average weight of a bike
66 bikes to a tonne
170 - the number of people who come and use the Bike Station's Fix Your Own Bike workshop each month
262 - tonnes of coal saved by metal recycling
11,000 - numbers of donated bicycles repaired and put back on the road (as at Dec 2010)
150,000 - the approximate number of bicycles in Edinburgh