Make some space in your home and do something good by selling used riding gear and more, to support motorcycle health workers across Africa.
Sell unwanted gear & donate
Whether it’s riding gear, bike parts or anything at all that you’re ready to pass on, our eBay for Charity page works with the PayPal Giving Fund to make it easy for sellers to donate some or all of the proceeds from eBay listings to their favourite charities.
Get featured on eBay
Donate 10% or more of your sale to Two Wheels when you sell and your item will feature an attention-grabbing charity ribbon. Plus, you’ll pay reduced seller fees.
How to get started
If you’ve never sold on eBay before, here is our guide on how to get started.
- Head to sell on eBay. If you already have an account you’ll be guided through the process. If you don’t have an account just create one or sign in with Facebook or other services.
- List your items. Add as much information as you can. You’ll need photos details such as size, materials, make etc.
- Choose Two Wheels for Life in the “donate a portion to charity” option (see below under “shipping costs”) and select the percentage of the proceeds you want to donate.
- You’ve done it! Thank you for choosing to support us. We promise to use your donation to provide access to healthcare to people across Africa!
Frequently asked questions
Can I sell my motorcycle on eBay to support the charity?
If you’ve got a bike you no longer use we would, of course, be delighted if you donated the proceeds to us! eBay also offers used vehicle sales and is the most popular platform for selling used vehicles to get the most for your beloved bike or car.
Is it safe to list used motorcycle helmets?
If you’re donating riding gear remember that helmets are not recommended for buying second hand as sellers can’t guarantee their safety so we don’t recommend listing or buying them second hand.
Do you send used motorcycles or riding gear to Africa?
Lots of people kindly offer to give us used riding gear or motorcycles to offer to health workers. Unfortunately there are a number of reasons why this isn’t a great option.
Firstly shipping costs are very high so the only way to make postage economically viable is to to send a full container which is also expensive at a cost running to many thousands but is something we do for items that cannot be source locally like large shipments of motorcycles, parts, helmets.
Also, gear needed needs to be specific to the environments where it will be used. So size, warmth and quality are important, and very hard to control with second hand gear. And bikes need to come with spare parts to ensure they can be kept on the road.
How will the money I raise be spent?
The money raised from the sales of your leathers, boots, gloves, protective gear, bike parts, luggage and more is extremely valuable. You’ll be helping health workers like Ebrima Ceesay shown right, reach remote villages across Africa.