Getting a bike appraisal at Dixie Cycle is fast and easy! We can appraise your bike in as little as 30 minutes, and we'll buy your bike even if you don't buy one of ours.
Current market conditions
We use national sales trends for your bike’s brand and model, in addition to auction data as a starting point. This information is important to make sure that we are providing you with a fair offer.
An important part of our appraisal process is a thorough examination of your bike’s condition. Minor imperfections usually don't impact our offers, but major defects like frame, excessive rust, or cosmetic damage will affect the final appraisal value.
We want to make sure all of the bike's components and features are in good working order. During our inspection, we examine brakes, transmission, turn signals, tires etc. If we determine that repairs are needed, we may adjust our offer accordingly.
Your bike’s history report
We use several sources to help us learn your bike’s history (maintenance, repairs, accidents, etc.). The history report is an important part of determining your offer.