If you find that your used tire rim is repairable and non-repairable, you should consider sending it to scrap.
First, you need to contact your local recycling or garbage center and ask if you paid cash for the tires and wheels you used.
You can find used rims locally that can be converted for many applications, including the production of a new set of tires. The metal found in old wheels can also be recycled through this process. Another option is to contact the road authority in your community or local government and ask if they will pay you cash for your used tires.
Rubber from used tires can be processed into tar for road construction and used for the manufacture of alternative fuels for vehicles.
Once you find a place, take your used and used tires to the nearest tire conversion facility. These depots may or may not buy your tires to convert rubber into other products, but at least you have room to dispose of them without adding to your depot.
For your used bicycle, contact your local garbage disposal service and ask if they will pay for your tires or wheels. Second hand sellers often stock up on items they know can be sold to recycling centers. Used tires are also used on marine cruises for support in docks and even tugboats. Once you've removed the used tire rims, you have the option of buying a better kit.