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Thinking of selling your motorcycle on the Gumtree website we can provide you with a free no obligation quote here on Any bike bought. Sell to us and save your precious time. Avoid the negatives such as:


  1. Tyre kickers and timewasters 

  2. Scammers and fraudulent payments

  3. Potential theft of your bike

  4. Buyers who pick holes in everything to try and get your bike cheaper

  5. Test pilots who just want to ride your bike with no intention of buying it


Anybikebought will give you the best quote for your motorcycle. We will not turn up and try to offer you less if you are pleased with our quote then our company will aim to pick your motorcycle up within 24 hours. We pay cash, bank transfer, the choice is yours.


We are experienced motorcycle buyers and rest assured we only use the most professional polite and friendly staff to make your whole experience selling to us the best it possibly can be. If you need any help or advice then please ask us, nothing is too much trouble here at


More about Gumtree below. We know the market!! 


Gumtree was founded in March 2000 by Michael Pennington and Simon Crookall as a local London classified ads and community site, designed to connect AustraliansNew Zealanders and South Africans who were either planning to move, or had just arrived in the city, and needed help getting started with accommodation, employment and meeting new people. The term 'gum tree', the local Australian phrase for the Eucalyptus tree, was chosen as a word that linked the three communities (even though the gum tree in South Africa is a completely different type to the variety in Australia and New Zealand). The founders also felt it reflected the roots and branches of a real community.

In May 2005, Gumtree was acquired by eBay's classifieds group for an undisclosed sum, however eBay disclosed that it paid a collective $81.6 million for three classified sites - Gumtree, LoQUo, and opusforum (with Gumtree being the largest). At the time of the acquisition, Gumtree already was available in multiple cities in a number of countries including the United KingdomPolandFranceCanadaAustralia (Gumtree Australia), New ZealandSouth Africa and Hong Kong.

On 7 January 2016, Gumtree's rebranding was published on their website and respective apps.


Market expansion


International expansion beyond the UK include:

  • September 2004: Gumtree launches a site in WarsawPoland

  • May 2005: Gumtree launches a site in BerlinGermany

  • June 2005: Gumtree expands into Italy, with sites in Rome and Milan, increasing its coverage across 31 cities.

  • August 2007: Gumtree expands to the United States, targeting expat communities in New York, Boston and Chicago. The company intends to pitch its service at the two million British, Australian and Polish expatriates in the United States.




While the largest category of advertisements on Gumtree is "goods for sale," the site is also home to around 200,000 motors listings across the UK at any one time.

Gumtree has an extensive social media presence on Twitter and Facebook, with 35,000 and 471,000 followers, respectively. Gumtree uses social media to communicate news and information about the brand as well as launch competitions and promotions.

Although predominantly a free listings website, Gumtree provides users with paid promotional options for increased advert visibility. Users can also pay to "bump up" their adverts in the listings.

In more recent years Gumtree has extended its service to business customers. The site began selling classified advertising packages to companies looking to post multiple job vacancies and properties.

In 2013, Gumtree extended bulk classifieds listings accounts to car dealers. In 2010, Gumtree launched its Gumtree Media website to publicise its services to potential business clients. The site showcases paid classified listings options as well as display advertising on the Gumtree site.




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Looking to get your motorbike valued? Well We Buy Any Bike so let us give you a value for your motorcycle. What have you to lose? Its free and will give you an indication of what your bike is worth even if you don't want to sell it to



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