Sell My Motorcycle in Manchester

Manchester is one of the most vibrant and electrifying cities in the UK. Well known to be welcoming of all cultures, races and genders – no one feels cast aside in Manchester. With the Peak District an easy ride away, motorbikers flock from all corners of the country to visit. So, what do you do if you want to sell a motorcycle in Manchester? In such a large, dynamic city, finding a motorbike buyer you can trust can be hard. Instead of researching sell my motorcycle online, why not just head to the best bike buyer in Manchester?

Here at, we buy any bike and take the time to learn the modifications you’ve made so that the price we offer reflects the true worth of your bike, not simply the model and mileage.


As it’s a quick and easy process, why not make the most of your trip to Manchester and see what it can offer motorbikers?

Motorbike Shows

Manchester Motorbike Show

So, the Manchester Bike Show is definitely something to keep an eye out for. It can have over 100 trade exhibitions with 750+ motorbikes on display and takes place over several days. However, unfortunately, they are still looking for a venue that is large enough to host since the EventCity site was demolished. It was incredibly popular when it was running, so it’s worth heading to when they announce the next one.

Cheshire Classic Car & Motorcycle Show

Just a short trip from Manchester is the Cheshire Classic Car & Motorcycle Show, which will take place on the 26th and 27th of May 2024. Held on the grounds of the beautiful Capesthorne Hall, the show regularly attracts around 500 different types of vehicles. There is a mix of types of stands (autojumble, trade, and retail) as well as a full concourse overseen by a professional commentator. You also have access to the amazing historic house grounds during your time, along with food and drink stands, so it’s a great day out all round.

All-year Motorbike Events

If there isn’t a show on when you’re in the area, why not try out these other motorbike events in and around Manchester?

The Manchester Museum of Science and Industry

The museum is built on the old site of Liverpool Road station – a site of historic interest in the transport industry as the original terminal for the world’s first inter-city railway. The museum has a fantastic display of cars and motorbikes from the area, displaying the technological progress that has been made. It’s open daily from 10.00 – 17.00 and is free to the public, but you need to book a timed ticket in advance, and the special exhibitions generally cost something to enter.

Club Kawasaki Spring Ride Out

This exciting event happens every year, along with other riding routes and get-togethers. The Spring Ride Out location for 2024 is yet to be decided, but they have previously ridden around the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, Peak District and Snowdonia. Generally, some motorway is involved, so the ride isn’t suitable for 125cc bikes.

Biker Haunts

Bike ‘n’ Hound

Self-proclaimed as a haunt for ‘born again’ bikers – this pub is known to be down to earth with nothing fancy about it. There are live bands on a Friday and plenty of parking outside to ride up with your gang. It’s also close to Hyde bus station, so you can enjoy a biking night and a drink at the same time.

Bank Top Tavern

Located in Oldham, the Bank Top Tavern is a guaranteed good time. Dog-friendly with spaces for parties and regular live events, it’s a thriving, friendly place with plenty of secure parking for your bikes. If you want to replicate the welcoming atmosphere of motorbike culture, this is the place.

Dunham Barn Tearoom   

The Dunham Barn Tearoom is located in Dunham Massey, Altrincham. It’s a great place to get good food and drink at a stop on a chill motorbike ride. With beautiful outdoor seating and tons of parking, it’s worth a stop and a walk to stretch your legs. Just note that they’re closed Monday and Tuesday and open Wed – Sunday, 10-4, perfect for a laidback sunny day.

We hope you enjoyed this bikers guide to Manchester! 

Happy riding.