Jul 262010
 
Three reasons to use Going Going Bike

Three reasons to list and use Going Going Bike

No listing fee

You can list an item on Going Going Bike for no cost. This is because we don’t want to profit unless you make a sale. We think that is fair and makes us a bit different from some other places.

We are a new kid on the cycling block and know it will take time to create a bustling marketplace. However, with the support of cyclists we are confident that we can build a marketplace dedicated to the bike where you will get a great price for your item.

Actively Fighting Bike Crime

We are passionate about creating a legitimate marketplace for bicycles.  We have created the Prove It system to deter stolen bikes from being sold on the site.  We aim to make increasingly make this a sophisticated and powerful deterrent.

Our Prove It philosophy goes beyond keeping stolen bikes off the marketplace. We want to empower cyclists to avoid having their bikes stolen. Through our blog we advise on ways to beat the thief, through competitions and promotions we keep the issue current and relevant and through our discussions with the police and campaign groups we learn about the best ways to fight bicycle crime.

Only auction dedicated to the bike

Going Going Bike is the only auction site dedicated to bicycles. Auctions are not only fun but they can result in great prices being struck. In addition to auctions it is possible to sell items at a fixed price on the site.

Our dedication to the bike means we can provide cyclist specific functionality: such as obtaining the Prove It badge when a seller inserts the frame number into a listing.

In addition it means every seller, bidder and browser is a part of the cycling community. We think that gives the auctions a specific and special character.

Let us know what you think of Going Going Bike

We always appreciate the comments of customers and friends of Going Going Bike. It is really easy to submit the through the feedback tab on the left of the screen.

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