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administrator
10-17-2008, 03:42 PM
http://www.motorcycle.com/images/moclassifieds-300x250-forum.jpg (http://www.motorcycle.com/classifieds/motorcycle-classifieds.html)

Motorcycle.com (http://www.motorcycle.com/) is proud to announce the launch of our brand new Motorcycle Classifieds (http://www.motorcycle.com/classifieds/motorcycle-classifieds.html) section.

If you're looking for a good deal on a used bike or if you want to sell your current ride, our free motorcycle classifieds (http://www.motorcycle.com/classifieds/motorcycle-classifieds.html) should be your first stop.

The new Classifieds section provides an easy-to-search listing of used motorcycles in your area. Browse for sportbikes, dirt bikes, cruisers, choppers and more. You can also search for listings by manufacturer and model year to find the right motorcycle for you.

Motorcycle.com's Classifieds section (http://www.motorcycle.com/classifieds/motorcycle-classifieds.html) is also a great way to find a new home for your used bike. Listing your motorcycle is quick, easy and absolutely free!

Come and check out the new Motorcycle Classifieds (http://www.motorcycle.com/classifieds/motorcycle-classifieds.html) today!

jackrobert
12-20-2012, 12:08 AM
Thanks for sharing the brand new section of Motorcycle.com. It provides Motorcycle classifieds section that is a quick launch of the brand. The new classifieds provides you a new listing for motorcycles. You can also browse for sport bikes, dirt bikes, cruisers and choppers. The classified section helps in finding a new home for your used bikes. Have a look on the website to know more about bikes.

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SAR2K
07-05-2013, 03:52 PM
Have tried to place an ad on there twice. Not free and the site has log in issues...

handyhoward
07-06-2013, 08:34 AM
What's the trick? If you follow the website instructions there is a choice of two ad plans...both have fees. Where does one place the free ad?...