We protect your bike(s) and accessories wherever you are, and whatever happens. Find the details of our cover below.

The Basics

Theft

When someone takes your bike and/or accessories. No matter where in the world. Please just make sure you have it locked with a Sold Secure Gold lock if you're out and about.

Accidental Loss

When someone else (e.g. an airline or courier) loses your gear while it is in their custody. Please don't "lose" your stuff in the Thames, our community really won't appreciate that.

Accidental Damage

Any sudden, unintended, and unforeseen damage to your bike(s) and/or accessories. Sometimes bad things happen to good people - whether it's a traffic accident or a race crash. Any which way, we've got you covered. 

Vandalism

Whenever someone intentionally breaks your gear, we'll get it fixed or replace the parts. Chances are we will also try to find this person. No one messes with our members.

The special cases

Travel

A month training in Mallorca or a weekend trip to France? Your gear is covered globally for up to 60 consecutive days. If you are planning to travel for more than 60 days in one stretch please get in touch with us as you won't be covered.

Sportives and Races

Sportives like the Prudential RideLondon are huge part of cycling and are included in our cover. 

We only have a few exception when we can't cover your bikes and gear:

  1. If you get paid to participate e.g. receiving an appearance fee or salary to participate
  2. If you take part in professional races like the Tour de France (see full list on the UCI website)

Going the extra mile for you

Ever hit the deck in the middle of nowhere and struggled to get home? We know how much that sucks. That's why we add an additional £100 of roadside assistance if you need it. This can also be used to get you a new bike faster if you really need it for a race. 

Check out our latest policy

We tried to make our insurance policy as simple and easy to read as possible. To see the full details of our cover, please read the policy wording.

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