Then here's some ideas and suggestions that may help you:
Quick Tips Prepping the Bike:
Even though you are selling the bike in as-is condition, you want to make it
as attractive to customers as possible. Remove or replace worn-out
accessories and clean the bike thoroughly. Polish chrome or stainless
accents. Make sure any accessories that you will be selling with the bike are
cleaned and mounted.
Setting the Right Price:
Search for bikes similar or identical to yours to
get a feel for the market. Understand that regional differences in price can
be dramatic and try to find those closest to you.
Keep the ad short, but give enough information to let potential buyers get a good feel for what you are offering. List the best features of the bike, such as low mileage or clean condition, first and be sure to include anything that sets your motorcycle apart.
Working With Customers:
Set appointments to meet with buyers during daylight hours and at times when
you know others will be around. Give a quickie tour of the motorcycle, but
let the buyer ask lots of questions.