THE VELOMINATI’S #RULE12 STATES: “WHILE THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF BIKES ONE SHOULD OWN IS THREE, THE CORRECT NUMBER IS N+1, WHERE N IS THE NUMBER OF BIKES CURRENTLY OWN.”*
Owning multiple bikes is a cyclist’s pleasure. You need the training bike, the winter bike, the one for sportives, and so on. But if you need to protect your beloved rides, obeying ‘the rules’ might be tough – we know that the cost of insuring multiple bikes can soon add-up.
If you need to insure multiple bikes – whether it’s a carbon-framed elite ride and a winter training bike, or a road bike and an MTB – you will benefit by hunting around for a multi-bike insurance policy.
Here are four simple steps you can follow to find yourself a great deal.
THE 4 STEPS TO A GREAT MULTI-BIKE INSURANCE DEAL
- Do your research: spend the time looking and comparing the small print.
- Challenge the discounts: some companies will pull you in with a healthy discount for cover on multiple bikes, but does it up once you’ve taken into account the value of all of your machines?
- Understand the type of cover you really need: detail the benefits you want to see bolted on and ask your broker what’s included. Different companies will always offer different benefits so do your comparisons thoroughly.
- Don’t just go to the ‘big boys’: for example, whilst Pro-Cycle might be a relatively new brand, we’ve years of experience and there are numerous riders amongst us too (so we understand). We’re confident our multi-bike cover will deliver everything you need.
WE’VE BROKEN THE RULES SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO
The Pro-Cycle Multi-Bike Insurance offer is better than a 60% discount on additional bikes. At Pro-Cycle we enable you to insure all of your bikes on one policy, and guarantee that you’ll only ever pay for cover on the most expensive ride you own.
*’The Rules’ are subject to copyright and have been used here with the kind permission of The Velominati. Check out all of The Rules