Share detailed information with fellow bike enthusiasts on your pride and joy in a really simple and fun way using our Bike Facts Disc.
Whether you race, rally, participate in events as an exhibitor or simply have your motorbike parked on a high street, there will always be enthusiasts that find themselves stood by your bike wishing they could know its background - and that is the exact reason behind our Bike Facts Disc - to let your bike tell its own story.
How it works:
Designed to mimic the look of the UK’s old paper tax disc, our Bike Facts Disc allows you to quickly and easily upload details about your motorbike, revealing it’s modifications or restoration work, adventures on the race track or road, along with images, videos and even hire rates plus availability for film or wedding use. As an option, you can also show if your bike is for sale.
The depth and breadth of the information you choose to upload is entirely up to you. This enables you to create a living chronicle of your bike’s unique profile, history and even, potentially add value by properly documenting its provenance.
(Your personal details or address will never be published on the disc. You are in complete control over the information you choose to upload and share).
Once you’ve uploaded your photo and story content, any passer-by, event visitor, or fellow enthusiast that spot the disc in your motorbike's windscreen or disc holder, will then simply use their smartphone camera to scan its unique code to access that information.
You will only pay for our Bike Facts Disc once. There is no extra costs or hidden subscription fees. It’s one Bike Facts Disc per bike for life, meaning that you can always go back and update your bike’s story anytime you like.
Once bought, your Bike Facts Disc will be available to you straight away. You will be able to access, personalise and print it directly from your account.
If you would like to gift a Bike Facts Disc to someone, you can do so by purchasing our Gift Card.
You can also personalise your disc for someone else by going through their bike photos and its history together, and then giving it to them to display.