What is it?

Similar to a Conditional Sale agreement but with additional flexibility since part of the cost is deferred until the end of the agreement which may give you the benefit of lower monthly payments. The deferred amount is known as the Guaranteed Future Value (GFV) sometimes known as Optional Final Payment.


At the end of the agreement you have three options:

How does it work?

  • The dealer will agree with you an estimated annual mileage and this will be used to determine the bike’s GFV
  • You agree on the amount of deposit, and this figure combined with the agreement duration and GFV will determine the amount of your monthly payment
  • You sign the agreement, pay the deposit and then make the monthly payments
  • The interest rate is fixed which means you’ll know exactly how much you will repay throughout the term of the agreement
  • At the end of the agreement we’ll write to remind you of the three available options
  • You decide which option is best for you
  • Your dealer may be able to help if you decide to part exchange the bike

Features and Benefits

  • A guaranteed fixed monthly payment, allowing you to budget with confidence
  • Potentially lower payments than a Conditional Sale agreement
  • Variety of options available at end of the agreement
  • You can match the length of your agreement with the time you want to keep the bike

Other things you should know

  • The agreement is secured against the bike. If you do not keep up your repayments, we may take steps to recover the money that you owe us, which may include repossession of the bike
  • At the end of the agreement it is possible there may not be any equity (the difference between the final payment and the value of the bike)
  • A higher deposit means you will have lower monthly repayments. However it will not change the GFV set at the start of the agreement, or the valuation at the end of the agreement
  • Only when all payments under the agreement have been made, including the GFV, do you become the owner of the bike
  • If you decide to return the bike at the end of the agreement and it has covered more miles than agreed, you will be required to pay a charge for excess mileage. In addition, if you have not kept the bike in reasonable condition for its age and mileage you may be charged a refurbishment cost
  • This type of finance agreement is not available to corporate entities, e.g. limited companies, PLCs or limited partnerships