The listing for the bike describes the item for sale as:
"A sturdy bike with blue frame, this men's Reflex Westminster has been a regular commuter to and from the House of Commons over the years with numerous journeys to the Department for International Development & Number 10 Downing Street.
Complete with front basket, lights, horn, gears, pannier rack and mud guards, this hard working two-wheeler, still in perfect working order, is now looking for a good home out of the limelight for its retirement years.
This is a seven year old Hybrid bike offering stability, comfort and ease of use, making it perfect for new cyclists, casual riders and especially urban commuters."
The bike of former chief whip Andrew Mitchell, which was at the centre of the "plebgate" row, is now for sale on eBay.
Mr Mitchell was riding the seven-year-old bike when police officers refused to let him leave Downing Street via the main gate last September. It was claimed at the time that Mr Mitchell swore at the officers and called them "plebs".
Mr Mitchell denies the allegation and was forced to resign after a series of damaging headlines. He has now put his "hard-working" Reflux Westminster for sale on eBay, wishing to give it a "good home out of the limelight".
All the proceeds from the sale will go to the charity Nyumbani UK, which helps HIV and AIDS affected children in Kenya.
The 18 speed bike with a basket has so far received 18 bids totalling more than £2000.
Mitchell tells IPCC: ‘Deeply dismayed’ at Met Police
Andrew Mitchell, who has made a former complaint against Scotland Yard over the alleged leaking of its “Plebgate” report, has strongly criticised the Met’s handling of the situation.
In a letter to IPCC deputy chairman Deborah Glass, he wrote:
We are deeply dismayed that the Metropolitan Police appear to have leaked part of their Report prepared for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to certain members of the Press and spun it to the advantage of the Police officers involved.
This was an Enquiry into a dishonest and illicit attempt to blacken my name and destroy my career. It would appear that this police enquiry continues precisely that process.
Police to hand 'plebgate' case to CPS by end of month
Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe told MPs at the Home Affairs Select Committee that the police officer arrested as part of the ongoing investigation into the "plebgate" row would answer bail on January 31, whilst his relative would answer bail on January 16.
He said a case would be handed to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) by the end of the month, and that the inquiry set out to investigate the "circumstances surrounding the police officer's claims to witnessing the incident on Downing Street" and establish if there was evidence of "conspiracy".
We expect we may be able to share a report with the CPS by the end of this month. A matter of weeks before we do as much as we can."
Boris: 'Crucial thing is Mitchell has now apologised'
by Simon Harris, Political Correspondent
London Mayor Boris Johnson on the Andrew Mitchell row:
"In my book you shouldn't abuse police officers and I made that clear loads of times. The crucial thing for me is that Andrew Mitchell has now apologised not just once but twice publically. I believe he's also apologised to the officer concerned."