George Clooney is giving up motorcycle riding and auctioning his Harley-Davidson for charity on eBay

Jeff Spicer/Getty ImagesGeorge Clooney.

It looks like George Clooney is hanging up his helmet for good.

Fans of the “Ocean’s Eleven” star may remember the headlines from last year when he was involved in a scooter accident in Sardinia.

Although Clooney’s injuries from the crash were not serious, it seems it was enough to shake up his wife Amal, who has apparently told him to ditch the two-wheelers.

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The actor has donated his 2017 Harley-Davidson Dresser Touring to eBay for Charity to benefit Homes for Our Troops, a nonprofit organisation that provides adapted homes for severely injured post-9/11 veterans.

George Clooney's Harley-DavidsoneBayGeorge Clooney’s Harley-Davidson Dresser Touring.

According to the item’s eBay listing, “ever since George Clooney’s motorcycle accident, his wife Amal has told him he’s off two wheels for good.”

Clooney’s Harley has just 25 miles on the odometer and will come signed by the actor himself, though the winner of the auction must be able to collect the motorcycle from Los Angeles.

Biddings on the bike will run until Thursday, November 15 – and they’re already rising fast.

According to the listing, the manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the bike is $US28,000, and Clooney’s pre-owned model is already up to $US26,100 at the time of writing, with eight days left to go.

Clooney’s Harley is just one of the myriad pieces of celebrity memorabilia and experiences up for grabs in the eBay for Charity auction.

Bidders also have the chance to win a pair of sneakers autographed by Ellen DeGeneres, a pair of Under Armour sneakers signed by Steph Curry and the opportunity to sit with Ben Stiller courtside at a New York Knicks game.

According to eBay, its charity function has raised nearly $US810 million to date.

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