Sir Bradley Wiggins has proved ridiculously successful on a racing bike, having used one to win the Tour de France, an Olympic gold medal, the Paris–Nice, the Tour de Romandie and the Critérium du Dauphiné – and all during 2012 alone! Surprisingly, however, it was a scooter in white and gold that the cycling champion was recently photographed riding. Wiggo – to use his commonly cited nickname – was riding the scooter – a Lambretta 200 Special – on Southport pier during filming of an advert for clothing label Fred Perry, which is thought to have given the 33-year-old the scooter as a gift. However, for the following reasons, he could surprisingly benefit from choosing to quickly sell a scooter.
Wiggo will have a busy schedule over the coming months
To say that, during the following few months, the schedule of the first ever British winner of the Tour de France will be packed would be a serious understatement. Wiggo is aiming to return to race cycling in the Tour of Poland, which will start on July 27, and also take part in the world championships in Florence at the end of September. The Tour of Britain will also be occurring in September. Preparing for all of these competitions will require a huge amount of training even for a cyclist of Wiggo’s pedigree; hence, he could find that he has surprisingly little time in which to enjoy his recently-acquired scooter. He could also find little time in which to sell it, which is why it could especially appeal to him to quickly sell a scooter – for example, within 24 hours – rather than sell his scooter over several months.
The Olympic gold medallist could quickly sell a scooter online
Wiggo could also be pleasantly surprised by just how easy it could be to quickly sell a scooter with the help of the Internet. He could, for example, use a respectable Internet search engine like Google or Yahoo to carry out a search across the Internet using a relevant search term like ‘quickly sell a scooter’. He could then peruse the links that emerge on the search engine results pages that subsequently appear.
At this stage, we should add that, if the man himself is reading this, he should opt for such a website that pledges to help people to quickly sell a great variety of motorcycles, including not only – yes – scooters, but also large engined bikes and many other types of motorcycles. Wiggo’s such website of choice should also pledge to help anyone like him to quickly sell a scooter within 24 hours and, in the process, operate a no haggle policy to ensure that anyone selling a scooter in this way obtains a truly fair price for it. The website’s staff should be capable of collecting a scooter that they can buy from someone like Wiggo from anywhere in the UK.
All in all, then, there are no excuses for failure for anyone interested in using the Internet to quickly sell a scooter – whether or not they are an Olympic hero and Knight of the Realm.