Sell your bike to us!
Looking to sell your bicycle safely, hassle-free and at a competitive price? The team at ProjektRide Bike shop in Edinburgh has over 10 years of experience in the second-hand bicycle market and understands the unique value of each individual bike. With our passion for cycling in mind, we only buy bikes from widely recognized brands in order to guarantee a quality product every time to our clients.
Here's how it works
Here's how it works:
Stage 1 - Submit a sell form below providing as much detail as possible, try to include information such as: any mechanical parts that may need replacing, frame defects such as chips, dents, or cracks and any other information you feel may be pertinent to the sale. If possible, please provide a photo of the frame number or any documentation for the bike.
Stage 2 - Once we have received your submission, one of our team members will be in touch to provide an estimated purchase price. We will aim to get back to you within 24 hours.
Stage 3 - If agreed, ProjektRide will require proof of valid identification and a utility bill with a current address dated within the last 3 months. Once this has been provided, here are the options to get your bike to ProjektRide including:
- Drop-off: Dropping the bicycle off at our store in Edinburgh.
- Uplift: One of the ProjektRide team members will collect the bicycle from your home (up to 20 miles from our store)
Stage 4 - We are happy to offer instant payment for the bike including, bank transfer, PayPal, or cash (for lower value bicycles)
Unfortunately, we don't buy the following:
Cheaper bikes (Usually below a retail value of £100-£300)
BMX / Jump bikes
Carbon bikes over 8 years old
Folding bikes excluding Brompton branded folding bikes
Full suspension bikes over 8 years old
Please note* We are very honest, you will always get more selling your bike privately. As a reputable business, we ensure bikes are in perfect working condition before sale along with offering a full warranty as well as paying Fees and VAT on the sale of the bike.
Cycle to work schemes accepted as part of an exchange.