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Buying & selling motorbikes

Motorcycle News has launched a completely new online classified booking system to make selling motorbikes easier than ever. Not only that, but we’ve slashed the price to just £9.99, so it’s cheaper to advertise your bike than the main alternatives such as Ebay and BikeTrader!

From only £9.99, you get access to thousands of MCN readers, both in print and online. This will maximise your chances of finding the right buyer for your motorcycle and selling quickly.

For the basic £9.99 price you’ll get one week in the printed issue of MCN plus six weeks of advertising on the website, however if you want more you can easily upgrade to run your print advert for two, three or even four weeks.
With every ad you get one free photo however; you can add up to five further pictures to your online advert for just an extra £2.99.

In fact, there are more options than ever when it comes to placing your ad. As well as choosing its size and duration, you can decide to include a Theft Check to prove it’s not stolen, and a 90-day warranty to give buyers even more peace of mind.

Not only have the options increased, but booking your ad has never been easier thanks to our new re-designed online booking system. The new functionality makes it quick and simple to get your ad online.

PLUS, there’s great news for those buying motorbikes too. As well as instantly being able to see whether a bike has been theft-checked or comes with our 90-day warranty, you can also get our FREE Buyers Pack including seven-days free insurance on the bike you buy with us, plus free breakdown assistance for 30 days after you buy. This fantastic buyers pack offer isn’t offered anywhere else making it easier than ever to buy with confidence.

Marc Potter
MCN Editor

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