Setting a Price
If you get the price wrong, you'll either have your car on your hands for weeks, or be taken for a mug…neither is desirable, or necessary. A little research will see you easily get the true market value for your car.
A look through Bike Trader will usually help you set the price. Look for models similar to yours, and see what the 'going rate' is; you can then price accordingly.
Visit dealers to get an idea of your bike's trade-in value; anything you get over and above that will be a profit. Don't look at dealer forecourt stock and expect to get a similar price; you're not offering a warranty or any guarantees, remember.