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Our simple valuation process takes less than 2 minutes and once completed, you’ll receive an instant online valuation for your motorbike.

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SuperBike Factory is known for selling bikes, but we also buy bikes. We have an online solution that will allow us to help you free up the cash tied up in your bike, or help you make the next step to your next bike. We agree on a price and then transfer the funds directly into your bank account. We are looking for anything as small as a scooter right up to a superbike. The collection is free, and we can arrange a collection date to suit you.

Our simple online valuation process takes less than 2 minutes. If you are happy with this valuation, you can then simply select a convenient date for one of our experts to inspect your bike. If your bike matches the description you have provided us with, the price we have quoted is the price we will pay.

We are the UK's leader in buying and selling motorbikes. Enter your reg plate now to start your journey to sell your motorbike today.


What will I need when I sell or part exchange?

  1. Your motorbike, of course.
  2. The V5 logbook/registration certificate, which must be in the name of the registered keeper. Sometimes the paperwork is in a seller’s maiden or previous married name. That’s no problem as long as you can show your marriage certificate.
  3. Two forms of ID. One must be original photo ID such as your passport. The other should be a proof of address item, such as a utility bill or a council tax letter dated within the last 3-6 months. The name and address on your logbook and ID must match.
  4. Both sets of motorbike keys. If one key is missing, please tell us at the valuation stage or we may have to reduce our offer after the inspection.
  5. Your bank details. We can only transfer the money to an account in the name of the registered keeper.
  6. Finance settlement letter. If any finance payments are outstanding, we won’t be able to buy your bike without a letter from the finance company detailing the settlement figure.

What happens once I've accepted your offer?

If you are happy with our online valuation, you can then simply select a convenient date for one of our experts to inspect your bike. If your bike matches the description you have provided us with, the price we have quoted is the price we will pay.

What if my bike has private registration plates?

We don’t specialise in private plates, so won’t offer more because your bike has them. But, with that caveat… We’re happy to buy bikes with private plates. We’re also happy if you prefer to keep your private plates. But please note that it’s your responsibility to arrange this with the DVLA before selling the bike to us. They can reassign the plates to a new vehicle, or provide a retention certificate so that the plates can be reassigned later.

How will you pay me when you buy my motorbike?

By default, payment will be made directly to your bank account within 4 working days after the day of sale, using an electronic bank transfer service. There is no charge for this service.

We also offer a same day Premier Payment option to selected customers for an additional fee of £29.75. For full details on all of our payment options please see our terms and conditions here.


Can I sell to you without the V5?

No, we only ever buy motorbikes with the correct V5 registration document (log book), but don’t despair if you’ve mislaid yours. Go to the DVLA website and follow the steps to get a replacement.

What will happen to my motorbike once I agree to sell it?

Our expert will complete the paperwork with you, then if you choose our Premier Payment option, you’ll get your money instantly transferred into your bank account. We will then load the bike into our van and take it to SuperBike Factory's headquarters.

What do you mean by 'subject to inspection'?

Simply that our initial valuation is as accurate as possible, but shouldn’t be viewed as a contract. There’s no substitute for an expert inspection, so the valuation we provide after the inspection may be different. But this will only happen if our expert finds an extra feature, customisation or difference in the condition of the bike that was not apparent when we provided the initial valuation. The post-inspection valuation is our final offer. We won’t haggle. If our Motorbike Expert agrees with the initial valuation, that’s the price we’ll pay.

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