About Veebase

We are passionate about American V-twin Motorcycles

About Veebase

Veebase searches, daily, over 4 million OEM and after market American V-twin motorcycle parts and accessories.  Price results from most of the major suppliers for your Harley Davidson, Victory of Indian Motorcycle.

Veebase is the only dedicated destination for lovers of the American V-twin Motorcycle.


Launched in 2013, Veebase.com is the only comparison shopping engine dedicated to American V-twin motorcycles and features over 450 categories of parts, accessories, apparel and lifestyle products from 100’s of V-twin brands.

Veebase.com is owned and operated by Veebase Ltd, a privately funded UK start-up founded in 2008. Conceived by long time Harley-Davidson and custom motorcycle enthusiast Will Dowty, Veebase.com has been designed and built by a small team of partners dedicated to the development of vertical market price comparison applications.

Veebase ltd is registered in England & Wales Company number 6597289

To contact us,  please use the form on the Contact Us page.

Where we’re going

Veebase aims to expand its operations further across the American V-twin Motorcycle market, adding new features, additional shopping and comparison opportunities whilst making the site easy for our riders to exploit.

Part of our expansion will be aimed at growing our affiliated stores through both content agglomeraters and individual stores, small and large.

So, if you are running a store, real or virtual, and would like to have your V-twin related products appear on Veebase, please go to our Partnerships page or our Contact Us page.

In the beginning…

Will Dowty, entrepreneur extraordinary, found himself stuck when looking for parts for his Harley. He had mountains of catalogs but trying to find the best price on any part was a labor of a week-end. Being in IT, Will thought it would be good to set up a directory of businesses online to help others find the V-twin parts and services they needed and he did this in early 2005.

But this was only part of the need. He really wanted to find good prices, offers and a standard way of seeing options from multiple stores. He came up with the Veebase concept in 2008. The task of sorting through nearly 4 million products, categorizing them into one of 450 different buckets and then presenting to the riding world was a tough one. But the team he formed around him was up to the task! Now, in its second, mobile-first iteration, Veebase remains unique in the V-twin world.