Going Going Bike reveals new feature to make site more bike retailer-friendly

Bike auction site introduces bulk uploader for dealers

Four month-old bicycle auction site Going Going Bike has unveiled the ‘Sprint Uploader’ – designed to make selling bikes easier for dealers using the site.

The Sprint Uploader promises to make uploading product to the cycle-specific site more simple, fast and comprehensive.

Unlike other online marketplaces Going Going Bike doesn’t charge retailers to list items for sale. Dealers can list all their stock on the site and will only be charged if a sale is secured – five per cent of sale price, up to a maximum of £40.

“Sprint Loader was the logical next step in our ongoing development plans,” said Andrew Nethercot, co-founder of Going Going Bike.

“We want to make life easier for IBDs and allow them to take full advantage of our ‘no sale, no fee’ policy. Sprint Loader allows retailers to upload all their stock quickly and easily and is exactly what our retail partners have been asking for.”

The site features a ‘Prove It’ system as part of a drive to ensure Going Going Bike is a legitimate second hand market for bicycles.


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