Where can I sell my bike in Manchester? We often hear that question get asked a lot. Here at We Buy Any Bike, we offer excellent rates for bikes across the country. Our drivers collect motorbikes from Manchester multiple times a week. So, next time you’re looking to sell your motorcycle in Manchester… visit us!
The Northern city of Manchester is the 6th largest city in the UK, boasting a population of over 2 million people within the Greater Manchester area. Known for many things; culture, music, football, and the Industrial Revolution. There is so much to do in Manchester, and the outskirts are a dream for bikers! Here is a list of places you can take a trip to with your two-wheeled-friend!
Many reviewers recall memories of this pub from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. However, this pub dates back to long before then. This hidden gem first opened its doors all the way back in 1612. Quoted by others as a ‘throwback in time’, The Vale Cottage is certainly not one to be missed. The family owned pub boasts hot home-made food and refreshing ales from a variety of companies.
This unique spot is a national treasure for Mancunians. Not only do they offer some delicious dishes, but they are served by ex-prisoners/rehabilitated people who are venturing onto a better walk of life. If there’s anything I’ve regretted from today – it’s viewing their menu on an empty stomach! If you check out their Instagram, you’ll see what I mean. This place is definitely on my bucket list.
The award-winning Firbank has been proudly owned and run by Simon and Rachael Delaney for over 25 years. Located in Wythenshawe, here you will find a delicious choice of home cooked dishes at great prices, perfect for a ride out. Another feature is great parking facilities at the rear of the company.
This is a brilliant biker pub who host live bands and spoken word events every week. There is always something going on at The Station Hotel situated in Ashton-Upon-Lyme! Owner Pauline and her team offer a warm welcome to everyone who walks through their door!
Located in Eccles, the Ascott Hotel offers a warm welcome to everybody. The hotel actually has a lot of history. Built in 1850 for a cloth manufacturer of his very own factory. The present owners took ownership just over 20 years ago and the property has proved a success ever since. They have a selection of 10 rooms on offer, with prices starting at £57.
Just 2.5 miles north of central Manchester you will find the Westlynne Hotel. Marie, Austin, and the rest of the team are really friendly; they have run this hotel for over 27 years. On-site you will find free parking surrounding almost the entirety of the property with the most secure & secluded being at the back. There is a fully licensed bar on site for after a long ride if you fancy a nice refreshing drink. The hotel boasts 16 comfortable bedrooms, and WestLynne also has the choice of 2 apartments which feature living facilities as well as a couple of bedrooms. Prices start from £54.
Off-road secure gated parking is provided at this family-run guest house that is located on a residential street. Maple lodge provides self-catering accommodation and has the choice of 4 rooms on offer. This property offers an exclusive home from home experience.
If you fancy a little bit more of a rustic twist to your stay, why not check out The Little Mill? Once a candle wick mill back in the 1780’s, the property now boasts a friendly local pub. On the grounds of the pub in Rowarth you will find a lovely little campsite at the rear of the property. The owners of The Little Mill offer free camping on site, all they ask is that you choose to eat and drink at least once a day whilst you’re staying on their grounds. It is a good 40-50 minutes out of Manchester, but it is well worth the ride, simply for the scenery and the hidden gem at the end!
Other Useful Links:
- Roughley’s Bike Show
- Scotti Knight’s Motorcycle Training
- Vantage Motorbike Valeting
- Dainese Motorcycle Clothing
- Manchester Bike Show
- Motorcycle Parking in Manchester
- The city dates back to AD79.
- Back in the day it was actually called ‘Mamucium’, which has a completely different meaning – you can Google that one!
- In 1904, a gentleman named Charles Rolls met another gentleman named Henry Royce. Little did they know that the following years would bring great things to them (they probably did). Soon after, they introduced to the world, the Rolls Royce.
- Manchester Airport is the largest in the UK outside of London!
- In 1830, Manchester introduced to the world the very first purpose-built passenger railway. This train transported people to Liverpool from Manchester and vice-versa.