Motorbike Insurance Content Insurance Articlesen-usCopyright 2017, 22 Nov 2017 21:53:55 ESTStaying Safe While Using Online Selling Sites Safe While Using Online Selling SitesThe internet has completely revolutionised the way bike enthusiasts can interact with one another and buy motorcycle-related goods. It's now possible to buy all sorts of bike accessories and motorcycles themselves from a range of sites online. You can use classified services, auction sites, or forums to trade your bike paraphernalia. If you do choose to sell your bike online though, you'll want to make sure that you do so as safely as possible. As it can be hard to know who you're dealing with online, there is the potential that you could be ripped... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 23 Nov 2012 00:00:00 EST the Bike for Any Problems the Bike for Any ProblemsIf you think that there is a serious problem with your bike that could make riding dangerous, even with the best safety gear, you should always contact a qualified mechanic and book it in for a once over before you take it out on the road. Unless of course you know enough about the workings of your motorcycle to resolve any issues yourself. You will however be able to carry out basic regular checks on your machine to make sure it's in a roadworthy state. Doing so frequently will ensure that your bike is safe to ride and could stop any maintenance issues... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 19 Nov 2012 00:00:00 EST the Right Safety Gear the Right Safety GearYou will not be able to start riding a motorcycle on public highways until you have bought the appropriate safety gear. If you do, you could put yourself at risk of being seriously hurt if you were to be involved in an accident. If you buy good quality safety equipment, even when riding a moped type bike, it should last you for many years if you mange to avoid any serious scrapes. It's really not worth being tight when it comes to investing in gear that could save your life. Buying cheap safety equipment will be a real false economy. You'll want to know that the... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 15 Nov 2012 00:00:00 EST Ways to Use a Moped Ways to Use a MopedA moped will not be ideal for everyone, especially of you are keen on cruiser type bikes. In fact, for certain uses, a moped can be next to useless. If you want to travel long distances on busy roads and regularly need to get on the motorway, a moped will not be for you. Mopeds are not even allowed on British motorways. A moped will also not be a great form of transport if you frequently need to carry bulky items around or get about with a passenger. For any of these uses, you'll need a much bigger bike, or preferably a car. If you're a certain type of person that... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 11 Nov 2012 00:00:00 EST a Great Cruiser Online a Great Cruiser OnlineIf you're serious about your biking and want emulate the classic Easy Rider-style look of the 1960s and 1970s, you could do a lot worse than investing in a cruiser. In fact, the term cruiser actually refers to bikes that mimic the iconic designs produced by manufacturers like Harley Davidson and Excelsior in the early part of last century. As you can probably imaging by looking at those names, most cruisers will not be cheap - particularity classic cruisers that have been well maintained- nor will they be your a top safety bike. Nevertheless, if you like the idea... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 07 Nov 2012 00:00:00 EST a Bike for Safety a Bike for SafetyMotorbikes are dangerous, there's no two ways about it. Motorcyclists account for more than one out of every five serious casualties on British roads despite only making up less than 2% of all road users. You can help to reduce the risk of being involved in a motorbike accident by wearing the appropriate safety gear, riding carefully, and by avoiding using your bike in poor weather. You can also limit your chances of becoming involved in a smash by making sure your bike is as safe as it can be. So whether you're looking for a safe option for yourself or one of your... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 03 Nov 2012 00:00:00 EST a Safe Place to Buy a Safe Place to BuyYou should always consider your own personal safety when buying a used or classic bike. Although this will not be such a problem if you are using an established dealership or a garage, you should take steps to make sure that there's no chance of you coming to any harm or being ripped-off in any way. The widespread use of the internet for the trading of bikes has expanded the number options fraudsters and criminals have if they want to take people for a ride.Let Someone KnowUnlike with many items you can buy from online auction sites and internet classifieds... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 30 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Get my Classic Bike Repaired? or classic bikes can sometimes require the attention of a mechanic with specialist knowledge, which can make riding bikes harder than driving cars. Generally, a decent garage should be able to take care of any basic problems you have with your classic bike, but may not be able to source any parts needed to sort out some problems. You can take the risk of taking your bike to a normal garage that does not specialise in classic bikes, but you may find that you run into problems, even if the mechanic you use is somebody who has worked for you before that you trust. You may decide that it... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 28 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST a Safe Mindset a Safe MindsetIf you're going to ride any type of pit bike or motorbike on or off the road, safety should always be at the forefront of your mind. If it's not, you run the risk of becoming involved in an accident, the effects of which could be with you for the rest of your life. A motorcycle is not a toy, and is nothing to be messed around with. Anybody that owns a bike that they regularly ride should always be thinking about safety. It should be second nature for any motorcycle enthusiast. If you feel as though you need to have a quick reminder of what you'll need to do to stay... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 26 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST It Harder to Ride a Bike? to ride a bike will be, for most people, a lot simpler process than learning to drive a car. The fact that most people have experience of riding a push bike is a big help for a start. The fact that it takes a lot less time and money to learn how to ride a motorcycle properly is testament to the difference between the two disciplines. If you want to ride a moped on British roads legally, you can get full a licence pretty much in the space of a day. You'll need to have a good grasp of the Highway Code and have got a fair bit of practice in beforehand, but it's really not that... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 24 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Facts for Pit Bikes Facts for Pit BikesPit bikes are typically used for motocross events, dirt biking and other off-road racing activities. They can be ridden legally on UK roads, much like a chopper style motorbike for example, as long as they have passed an MOT. It can sometimes be difficult to get cover for pit bikes from mainstream bike insurance firms, so you will usually find that you will need to go to a specialist insurance provider. As many pit bikes are usually modified versions of other bike designs, some insurance firms will not touch them with a barge pole.Points to ConsiderBefore getting... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 22 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Stay Safe While Driving in Dense Fog?'s best not to go out on your bike at all if thick or heavy fog is forecast. Riding in fog can be extremely dangerous, even more so if driving country-side roads, and should be avoided at all costs. If you think that there may be a danger of fog falling along your route, check local travel news and weather forecasts to find out which areas are likely to affected and how dense the fog is likely to be. Obviously, if you hit a patch of fog without warning, you'll have to make the best you can of a potentially hazardous situation.Slow Down and be SeenNo matter what time of day you're travelling... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 20 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST the Pros and Cons of a Chopper the Pros and Cons of a ChopperIf you're thinking of getting a chopper motorcycle, you'll want to consider a number of factors before you do so. Choppers are usually quite large and powerful bikes with long handlebars that extend down to an elongated axel attached to a front wheel. They were very popular in the 1960s and 1970s and are usually made by modifying an existing bike design or built from scratch. Few chopper-style bikes are manufactured by bike companies, which can make them difficult to repair and insure.Pros and ConsIf you want to emulate an Easy Rider-style look,... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 18 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST It Safe to Drive Fast on Country-side Roads? your bike out for a spin on country roads on a beautiful summer's can be one of the best things about owning a motorcycle. You can enjoy the scenery, explore the countryside, and perhaps stop off at a pleasant country pub as part of your trip - as long as you don't drink that is. If you've only just started riding a bike though, you will need to be aware that riding on country roads is a lot different to riding on larger roads. You'll need to take a completely different approach to how you ride and handle your bike. For a start, like when late night bike riding, you won't be able to... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 16 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Proper Care of Bike Safety Gear Proper Care of Bike Safety GearYour bike safety gear takes care of you, so you should take care of it. It's important that you make sure your bike safety gear is well looked after. If it gets damaged or is allowed to fall into a state of general disrepair, it won't offer you the protection you'll need while on the road, either while motorbiking in the dark or in the daytime. In some cases, shabby safety gear could even wind up causing an accident. Apart from the safety aspect, it's likely that you've spent a not inconsiderable sum of money on your bike safety equipment, so you should... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 14 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Stay Safe While Driving Late at Night? a bike at night can be dangerous if you don't take steps to make sure you are doing so safely. You will face a lot more potential hazards when on your motorcycle at night, so it will be imperative to make sure that you as well prepared as possible. You will have to spend a bit of money on the right equipment, but this is part of motorbike riding expenses and will be preferable to becoming involved in an accident that could result in a serious injury. It's really not worth the risk of not preparing to ride when the sun has gone down.Getting ReadyThe first thing you'll need to do is make... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 12 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Safe While Driving at Night Safe While Driving at NightRiding your motorbike at night is a lot more dangerous than being on the roads in the day for obvious reasons. It's harder for you to see where you're going and more difficult for other road users to see you. Many of the accidents that befall motorcyclists every year happen at night and can be the result of riders not taking adequate precautions and continuing to ride the same way as they do in daylight hours. You'll need to have a completely different approach to riding at night.Preparations and GearStaying safe on your motorbike or side car at night starts... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 10 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Bikes More Expensive to Maintain? it's generally widely accepted that motorbikes are cheaper to run than cars, the question of whether bikes or cars are more expensive to maintain is a bit more of a grey area. All other things being equal, motorcycles will usually cost less in road tax, be cheaper to insure, and use less fuel than a car. Bikes will also typically be cheaper to park and ride through road tolls. The question of maintenance and motorcycle protective gear and equipment however will be a little more complex. Fundamentally, it will come down to what sort of bike you own, how you ride it, the frequency with... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 08 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST the Idea of Side-cars the Idea of Side-carsYou don't see many motorcycles with side-cars attached to them in the UK anymore. Whether this is a good or bad thing will be down to your personal opinion. But the fact that you're reading this is testament to the fact that it's been something you've been thinking about recently. Motorcycles are great, but do have a number of biking risks and drawbacks - you can't comfortably travel with a passenger and have very little storage space. A side-car could go some way to solving both of these problems. Unfortunately though, getting one may be a little tricky.Waning... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 06 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST Bikes More Expensive Through Clothing and Equipment? it's pretty easy to find a whole slew of studies and statistics that show how much cheaper a motorbike is to run than a car, this is probably something that you could work out yourself without too much trouble. In fact, many studies suggest that riding a bike can be as much as 50% cheaper over a year than driving a car. And while it's true that you will need to initially invest in some safety equipment and clothing if you do ride a motorcycle, there's no way this would come anywhere close to levelling the playing field.Bike vs. CarWhile it's true that the amount you save riding a... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 04 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST the Risks Posed By Riding a Motorcycle the Risks Posed By Riding a MotorcycleMotorbike riders are 16 times more likely to become involved in a serious accident than car drivers for every 100 million vehicle kilometres travelled, according to the Department for Transport. The fact that riding a motorbike is more dangerous that driving a car is unlikely to come as surprise to anybody that does it, but it may raise your eyebrow to learn that around 22% of all fatalities recorded on Britain's roads in 2009 were motorcyclists, according to the Office for National Statistics. Bike riders account for less than 2% of all UK... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 02 Oct 2012 00:00:00 EST I be Able to Get Affordable Classic Bike Cover? certainly will. In fact, there's every chance that you may be able to get classic bike cover that will be cheaper than insurance for a standard bike of the same value. It will depend on these motorbike insurance provider factors, how frequently you use your bike and where it is stored.Classic Bike CoverIf you own a classic bike, it will be unlikely that you use it for your everyday transport needs. It's probably something that only comes out in the summer months or whenever there's a show or a race to take part in. As such, it's likely that your classic bike will not be on the road for... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 30 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST the Importance of Motorbike Insurance the Importance of Motorbike InsuranceMotorbike insurance is important for a number of reasons. Firstly, you are required by law to have at least basic cover for your bike. If you don't, you could find yourself up in court facing a fine. If you are involved in a serious accident and don't have insurance, you could even be looking at going to prison. You need to have a least third party motorbike cover on your bike to pay for any damage that you cause to anybody else's vehicle or property while you're driving. This is where bike and car insurance differs from other forms of cover.... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 28 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST are the Main Factors in the Cost of Insurance? you apply for insurance for your bike, the cover providers you approach don't just pluck a quote out of the sky. In fact, the price you pay for your motorcycle insurance will very much depend on the information you supply to the firm you approach when you ask for a quote or make an application. This is why insurance firms don't advertise headline rates in their marketing material. They don't offer cover for so-and-so pounds because the amount each rider will be quoted can vary hugely. If you want to get some sort of an idea as to how much you will be charged for your bike cover and ways... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 26 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Whether Third Party Cover Has Enough Coverage Whether Third Party Cover Has Enough CoverageDeciding whether third party cover has enough coverage for you specifically is something that can be quite subjective, so you will have to think about both your bike or hobby motorbike coverage needs and your bank balance, because both will have an affect on whether or not it is a good idea for you to take out a deal with a company. As a general rule, if you have the money to spend on a comprehensive package, and you know that your bike is precious to you, it is always better to try and sign into the top kinds of deals, as these will cover... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 24 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST is a No Claims Bonus? firms love customers that never make a claim on their cover. And why wouldn't they. If nobody ever made an insurance claim on bike cover, insurance would be the perfect business model. Taking money in with relatively few overheads and not paying anything out. Unfortunately for insurance firms and for you though, this is not the case. Motor-related insurance premiums have been rising well above inflation for the past few years, in part down to an explosion in no-win-no-fee cases and whiplash claims. However, riders that do not make claims are still highly prized. Insurers know that... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 22 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Coverage for a Hobby Bike Coverage for a Hobby BikeLooking for the best coverage for a hobby bike should be taken out with a decent provider, because although you may see your bike riding as a bit of a novelty, it is important that you take the safety of such an activity very seriously, because otherwise it could mean that you get into an accident very easily. If you look for coverage for your cycle, and it is a hobby bike that you are particularly caring of, then it is probably a good idea for you to sign into a comprehensive package if possible, as this will be the best deal you can find on the web in most... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 20 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Determine What Kind of Cover I Will Need? amount of cover you will need for your bike will depend on a number of factors. The most important of these is your budget and the value of your motorcycle. The activities you use your bike for will also play a part in deciding what type of cover you will need, such as carrying a passenger. Although the level of cover you choose will have some bearing on the price of your bike cover policy, other information will also be taken into consideration when an insurer calculates how much it will charge you for your cover. Your age, experience on the road, and even your gender will influence your... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 18 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Whether Comprehensive Cover Will be Too Expensive Whether Comprehensive Cover Will be Too ExpensiveDetermining whether comprehensive cover will be too expensive for you is something that you will have to decide with the agent of the provider and probably your bank manager, because it will involve not only the here and now but the future also. When you sign into a comprehensive package, it is important to remember that this deal will not only go on for a long time, but that the actual monthly rates that you use to pay off a deal will often go up and down in price depending on how well and safe you're riding your bike. Remember to... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 16 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST is the Law Concerning Passengers? are not ideal for carrying a passenger, especially when riding in rainy weather, but if you must ride with a pillion companion perched on the back of your motorcycle, you'll need to make sure you're doing so safely and legally. Failure to do so could result in you having an accident or getting stopped by the police. If the latter happens, you could face a fine or points on your licence. Neither or which will be very welcome.Pillion RulesUK laws for the carrying of pillion passengers on motorcycles are pretty straightforward. In fact, if you are caught in breach of them, it would be... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 14 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST the Benefits of Third Party Fire and Theft Insurance the Benefits of Third Party Fire and Theft InsuranceUnderstanding the benefits of third party fire and theft insurance can be useful for you before you sign into any of the policies that you have seen on the internet, so make sure that you assess your coverage level needs and think about whether or not these benefits are going to benefit you specifically, for the reasons as to why you are signing into a motorbike insurance deal. For example, if you are more concerned about damages to your vehicle more that anything else, then it is a good idea for you to sign into a... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 12 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST are the Risks Associated with Driving in the Wet? it is, or has been, chucking it down with rain, you will need to take extra care when out riding on your motorcycle or even riding a pedal cycle. Failure to take extra safety precautions when the roads are wet can result in a serious accident. Water on the road surface can affect the performance of your bike dramatically, so it's of the utmost importance that you are prepared for dealing with these conditions. There's a good reason a safety car is despatched during Formula 1 races when the track is deluged. If drivers that take part in the calibre of these types of races have to take... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 10 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST What Coverage to Get to Fit One's Needs What Coverage to Get to Fit One's NeedsUnderstanding what coverage to get to fit one's needs can involve a lot of rational thinking, so make sure that you check out the market first, and try and parallel what is on offer with what you can afford, much like when selecting a motorbike helmet. It can also depend upon how much your bike means to you as to what insurance package that you eventually go for, so if you are someone that owns a bike that is very precious to them, it usually means that they would not buy into anything less than a comprehensive package, where as someone... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 08 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST are the Main Risks to a Cyclist? 111 cyclists were killed on the UK's roads in 2010, a 7% rise on the previous year, according to data from the Office for National Statistics. The number of serious injuries of cyclists reported to police increased by 2% to 2,660 that year. So as you can see, statistically at least, the risks out there for cyclists appear to be on the rise. Cyclists can be deemed to be even more at risk that motorbike riders in some situations. Although they will often not be travelling at such high speeds as motorcyclists, people on pedal bikes will typically have less protection than someone on a... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 06 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Tips for Helmets Tips for HelmetsIf you're planning to ride a bike on UK roads, you'll need to buy a helmet. It's the law. If you insist on riding your motorcycle without an appropriate helmet and get stopped by the police, you could face a fine or getting points on your license. You should wear some form of head protection whenever you ride a bike, whether you're on a British road, private land, or in a country where it's not a requirement of the law that you do. If you come off your bike and sustain an injury to your head, you could be living with the consequences for the rest of your life. Riding... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 04 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Ensure That I Am Driving Safely? are a number steps you can take to make sure you are riding as safely as you possibly can be so you can qualify for that helpful no claims insurance discount. Any motorbike owner that uses his or her bike on the public highway would be well advised to make sure they are taking as many safety precautions as is possible. Unfortunately, motorcycles are statistically a lot more dangerous than cars, so you'll want to limit the chance of becoming one of the many thousands of bikers who get injured or killed on the UK's roads every single year. Any other course of action would be sheer... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 02 Sep 2012 00:00:00 EST Factors to Consider for Bike Gear Factors to Consider for Bike GearUnfortunately, once you've bought your new motorcycle and paid to get it insured, there'll be more money to spend. Although riding a bike is considerably cheaper than driving a car, you will need to invest in some equipment that a driver would not need to worry about. Don't worry though; you'll soon be saving money by paying less for your fuel and on maintenance costs than people who chose a different form of motorised transport.Before you start riding your bike, you'll need to invest in some decent safety gear. As a motorcyclist, it's far more... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 31 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST is a Protected No Claims Discount? the scenario. You've spent years building up your no claims discount bike insurance and are now paying around 50% less for your cover than when you first took it out. You're saving a fortune each year and are feeling pretty proud of your first-class driving skills that have kept your bike out of harm's way. Then, disaster strikes. You're hit by a car as you're pulling out of a corner. The damage is bad. You don't mind at first as you're 100% sure the accident was the other driver's fault, only to find that he had no insurance. He'll be in a lot of trouble with the police, but you will... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 29 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST for Cheap Motorbikes for Cheap MotorbikesWhen times are tough, everybody has to cut back. So if rising inflation and falling real incomes are beginning to take their toll on your bank balance, you'll have to think about spending a little less money on that motorbike you've been planning to buy. It can be a bit of a waste of money buying a top-of-the-range new bike in any case. A new motorcycle will start to depreciate in value as soon as you ride it off your dealer's forecourt. If you pay a lot for a new bike, it could lose thousands of pounds in value within a few short years even though you practiced... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 27 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST if I Lose my Certificate of Coverage? must have insurance for your bike if you plan to ride it on a public highway. It's the law. You should also make sure your bike is insured if you plan to store it in a public place when it's not in use. It's wise to make sure your bike is covered even if you're not riding it and keeping it locked up in a shed or a garage. Not all home insurance policies will pay out for a bike that is stolen. If you have separate cover for your bike, you will be able to rest safe in the knowledge that if anything were to happen to your motorcycle, you would receive a payoutYour Insurance CertificateYou... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 25 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Down Wear down WearYour bike will last you a lot longer if you take good care of it. And that means not riding it too hard. Any motorcycle will require a lot less maintenance and repair if you ride it carefully, resulting in better values of bike cover as well. Taking it a little easier on the road will result in every component of your bike having a longer life; from your brake pads and your tyres, to your suspension and your engine. You'll also be able to prolong the life of your motorcycle by keeping it safely locked away from the elements. Any bike that's regularly left out in the rain and... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 23 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Should I Act if I Can't Avoid a Collision? there's nothing you can do to stop hitting another vehicle or an inanimate object when you're riding on your motorcycle, all you can do is think about staying focused on your motorbike and damage limitation. You'll want to limit any damage to yourself as opposed to your bike. It's much better that your bike is completely written off rather that you sustaining a serious injury that could cause you problems for the rest of your life. Although there will be relatively little you can do before the point of impact, you may be able to take some sort of evasive action if you're able to think... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 21 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Whether a Price is Good Value Whether a Price is Good ValueIf you've only just started riding, it can be hard to know what represents good value as far as insurance or multi bike cover goes. It can also be difficult to work out what you should be paying for cover if you've just bought a new bike. Bike insurance firms don't advertise headline offers because the price that each individual will be charged for their cover can vary widely. If you look at insurer's marketing material, you will rarely see a company saying it can cover you for a particular price. Without knowing your individual circumstances, it is... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 19 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Keep Alert and Aware While I'm on the Road? should never ride your motorcycle if you're not feeling fully alert and awake. If you can't give the road and other vehicles around you your full attention, you should either stay at home or think about using public transport to get to your destination. Hundreds of accidents are caused every year by both car drivers and bikers who get on the road while in no fit state. As well as being hugely irresponsible, anybody that does ride a bike while not at their best could face prosecution for dangerous driving if they were involved in a serious accident. You're not just putting your own safety... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 17 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Multi Bike Insurance Multi Bike InsuranceObtaining multi bike insurance can be done with any good motorbike insurance provider, though you will have to make sure that you get exactly the right amount of money to gain the best insurance package or commuter bike cover you can for these kinds of deals, because they can be expensive. Although you will usually gain a little bit of a discount off this kind of package, it is important to make sure that you do all that you can to save on money in some cases, because otherwise it can be difficult to gain what you need. If you have any expensive bikes that you... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 15 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Should I do if I Get Drowsy? a motorbike while tired or drowsy can be extremely dangerous. If you do continue on the road while not fully awake and alert, you'll not only be putting yourself at risk, but also other drivers on. As soon as you feel you're not concentrating 100% you should pull over at the earliest opportunity. Try to hold out until the nearest service station if you can, but if you can't, find a safe place to stop at the side of the road.Symptoms to Look Out ForYou should know if you're in no fit state to be on the road due to tiredness. In fact, you shouldn't get on your bike in the first place if... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 13 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST About Commuter Bike Insurance About Commuter Bike InsuranceLearning about commuter bike insurance is important because you will find that prices differ a little with this kind of insurance, depending on how far you travel and what motorbike purchase you make to do the journey on. When you look for commuter insurance you will be looking for insurance just as you would any other deal, though you will probably find that there are slightly less providers to choose from, because it is not always quite as simple as some other policies. You may find that with this insurance policy you have to pay a little more on your... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 11 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Staying Safe Worth the Time and Expense? in 2004, data from the Department for Transport suggested that motorcyclists were 16 times more likely to sustain a serious injury than car drivers over every 100 million kilometres travelled. Surprising, the same set of statistics revealed that motorbike riders were twice as likely to be seriously injured as those riding a push bike. If you do become involved in an accident with another vehicle while riding your bike, it's likely that you will come off a lot worse than the driver of any car or van you hit. The injuries you sustain could affect you for the rest of your life. In a worst... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 09 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST a Bike a BikeMarketing a bike should be done before you put the bike on the web, to ensure you fetch a good price for the vehicle, because otherwise it can mean that you do not gain quite as much as you though you could have. Remember to think about taking some professional photos of the vehicle you are looking to sell, whether you are doing so through a private company or a website, because clients will be attracted to good photographs of the bike that have been done properly. When you first decide to sell your bike it can be difficult to know how you are going to portray it in the best... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 07 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Find Quality Classic Bike Parts? bikes are great, but can be a difficult to find parts for if they break down. Tracking down replacement parts can be particularly difficult if the bike you own is very rare or if the company that manufactured it has long since stopped trading. But you probably already know this. It comes with the territory of owning a classic motorcycle. Fortunately, there are a number of sources you can use to try to track down the spare parts you need.If you have an expensive classic bike, you won't want to be using second-rate replacement parts to repair it when something goes wrong. It's worth... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 05 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Gently Used Bike Parts Online Gently Used Bike Parts OnlineFinding gently used bike parts online should be done if you feel that you need to find some decent and cheap parts to perform maintenance on your bike, though you should make sure that they are in a good and reliable condition before you purchase them, especially if you do not know the seller personally. Remember that there are many different places you can look for parts and other such pieces of equipment that may help to improve the performance of your bike, though you will probably have to make sure that you have a fair amount of money. Although buying... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 03 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Find a Classic Bike? you're in the market for a classic bike, you'll need to do more than pop along to your nearest motorcycle showroom. As a rule of thumb, these will generally only sell either new models or second-hand bikes. This doesn't mean that classic models are very difficult to come by. Be warned though, if you're looking for something very old or rare, you may need to have a fair bit of money behind you. Some classic bikes can be very expensive to buy and upkeep. Once you have your classic bike, you may find that you have trouble locating spare parts or mechanics who know how to maintain it. You... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 01 Aug 2012 00:00:00 EST of Continual Bike Maintenance of Continual Bike MaintenanceThe benefits of continual bike maintenance will become clear to you the bike owner when you finally realise just what good it can do, by riding the bike for yourself and seeing how better the bike rides with a little bit of a polish and a repair. People that do not look after their bike, and do not check up to see if it needs new parts at least once every two weeks, will usually find that they do not gain as much money as they would have hoped when they try and sell the bike further down the line, or else find that the bike stops working unexpectedly... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 30 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST I Worry About Bike Cornering? corners on a motorcycle can be one of the trickiest things to master about riding a bike, other than learning all the laws and rules of motorbiking. If you take a corner badly on a bike, the results can be disastrous. What would result in a slight skid in a car, could quite easily cause you to come of your motorcycle. Learning how to take a corner well on your bike comes with practice. When you're first starting to ride, it's well worth paying close attention to developing your cornering sooner rather than later. As with most aspects of riding, it's all about working on your... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 28 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST there Any Rules Which are Easy to Forget?, all road users have to adhere to a number of rules and regulations to make sure everybody that travels on the public highway remains as safe as possible. This is no different for motorcyclists than it is for car drivers. In fact, as motorbikes can be considerably more dangerous than other vehicles, it's particularly important that you're fully up-to-speed with the rules of the road before you get on your bike. Aside from the fact that they'll help to keep you safe, it's the law. Failure to comply with some road laws, such as having motorbike insurance at any age, could result in... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 24 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST Will my Age Affect my Costs? age will usually work in your favour when applying for insurance for your bike. Motorcycle cover differs considerably from life and health insurance in this respect. Older motorcyclists are generally less likely to be involved in accidents than their younger counterparts, which makes them less likely to make a claim on their insurance. If you're young and have just got your license, you can expect to pay a significant premium to cover your bike, particularly if it's very powerful.Claims StatisticsInsurers don't charge younger people more because of an assumption that they're less... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 20 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST Previous Accidents Affect my Premium? short answer to this question is yes. There are some qualifications however. It will depend on who was to blame for the incidents that resulted in any claim and whether or not your insurer had to make a payout. Most bike and car insurance providers offer their customers generous discounts called no claims bonuses that are taken off a rider's annual premium if they haven't made a claim in that year. As a general rule of thumb, similar to most other types of insurance, the more claims you make in a year, the more your next year's cover will cost you.Who's to Blame?Even the most cautious of... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 16 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST Can I Ride Safely in the Rain? a motorcycle on the road during or after heavy rain can be extremely hazardous, especially while riding bikes at night in heavy rain. In fact, if you're not an experienced biker who feels comfortable riding in rain, you should think about using another form of transport in extreme weather conditions. Rain can make public highways very treacherous, especially for motorcyclists. If you are planning to go out on the road while it's throwing it down, you should make sure you're as well prepared as you possibly can be before you set out.Safety equipmentWearing the right safety gear while... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 12 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST Precautions Should I Take When Driving at Night? a motorcycle can be considerably more dangerous after dark than during the day. As such, it's important to make sure you've taken steps to ensure your nocturnal journeys are as safe as they can be, especially if you find yourself having to ride in snowy conditions. You'll need to make sure your bike is in full working order and that you're clearly visible to other road users at all times. Visibility is the key. If a larger vehicle hits you due to fact a driver couldn't see you, it's likely that you'll come off worse.Safety ChecksBefore you set off, check over your bike to make sure... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 08 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST I Ride Safely in the Snow? heavy snow is forecast, or there's already a deep coat covering most roads, it's advisable that you avoid travelling unless it's absolutely essential. Local authorities in the UK aren't geared up for dealing with snow deluged roads. This can make riding a bike in such conditions extremely hazardous. Countries like Canada and Norway have the facilities to deal with extreme snowfall. Britain does not, as has been proved consistently over the years with the country grinding to a halt with the slightest smattering of a few flakes. If you must go out on the road, take a car. You'll be a lot... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 04 Jul 2012 00:00:00 EST for Motorcycle Owners - Locate Insurance for Motorcycle Owners for Motorcycle OwnersInsurance for motorcycle owners can be a simple exercise in research that results in some excellent packages. You should first of all get yourself wired up to the internet with a good connection for two goods reasons. One because you will find such a vast amount of insurance for motorcycle owners deals on the internet, and two because it will be a whole lot easier to send out applications and other such things via email and a solid connection. It is also important to understand what type of cheap motorcycle insurance for owners you fancy, because quite often the... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 03 Oct 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Cheap Rates - Finding Motorbike Insurance Cheap Rates Insurance Cheap RatesMotorbike insurance cheap rates are in abundance on the internet. In fact, there are so many that quite often it can feel a little scary trying to find the right deal, simply because so many fly at you at the speed of lightening upon a quick search. Therefore, when you are searching for motorbike insurance cheap rates you should always try to first of all think about why it is you want to gain insurance, and also what you have previously in the way of history and points applicable to your motorbike. If you are an experienced motorbike rider with plenty of... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 02 Oct 2011 00:00:00 EST Dealer Insurance - Procure Motorcycle Dealer Insurance Dealer InsuranceCheap motorcycle dealer insurance searching all depends on what you use your motorcycle for and what kind of price you want to pay for your insurance. Searching for motorcycle dealer insurance is a lot like searching for car insurance policies, and in fact the basic deals play out the same as ordinary car insurance deals. The important thing to look out for with motorcycle dealer insurance is what kind of policy you choose to opt for, which will be a direct result of why you use your motorcycle.If for instance you simply want to ride your bike to get to work or to... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 01 Oct 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Cheap Policies - Look for Motorcycle Insurance Cheap Policies Insurance Cheap PoliciesMotorcycle insurance cheap policies are easier to find for those who have already proven themselves to be good motorcycle riders on the roads. Quite often those who have been good on the roads in terms of getting into no crashes and sticking to laws, will be able to benefit from reduced prices and therefore be able to really take advantage of motorcycle insurance cheap policies online and elsewhere. Those who have a years history of making no claims will usually be able to benefit from motorcycle insurance cheap policies by paying a discounted percentage,... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 30 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurances - Types of Motorcycle Insurances InsurancesMotorcycle insurances come in all forms, shapes, sizes and indeed prices. So choosing the right package to both fit your motorcycle and the price that you can afford can take a little bit of diligence and some good, hard research. Make life heaps easier by first of all investing in a good, solid internet connection and start searching for low cost motorcycle insurances estimates that way. By using the internet you will be able to better compare deals because things will be a whole lot faster and easier to do, even right down to sending out applications for motorcycle... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 29 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance Quotes - Find Cheap Motorcycle Insurance Quotes Motorcycle Insurance QuotesCheap motorcycle insurance quotes are easy to find, but maybe a little harder to find the right one, especially if you are new to the motorcycle insurance world and you have just bought a motorcycle. Many may think that buying motorcycle cover is as simple as getting the package, getting on your bike and riding away. But although searching for cheap motorcycle insurance quotes can be as easy as one, two, three, actually understanding the different types of insurance and what you may be specifically inclined towards buying is a different story. Many use their... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 25 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Trike Insurance - Affordable Motorcycle Trike Insurance Trike InsuranceMotorcycle trike insurance may be a little different to ordinary motorcycle insurance as it is considered a specialist type of vehicle. You may notice on the roads when you are driving, whether in a car, motorcycle, or a trike, that you don't see many trike vehicles on the roads, especially motorways. This is because a trike is quite a rare thing to see and therefore a specialist vehicle. 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This is why it is important to narrow down your search when it comes to searching for motorcycle insurance prices online and around the budget motorbike cover market, because although taking your motorcycle out for a spin and not knowing where you are going can be fun, applying the same philosophy to... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 23 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance - Finding Budget Motorcycle Insurance Motorcycle InsuranceBudget motorcycle insurance deals for the fellow motorcycle rider come in abundance online, and fly at you quicker than a Harley on the speedway mid-summer. If you are looking through the various budget motorcycle insurance deals online, it is first of all a good idea to understand how much points you have, how much mileage your motorcycle has done all together, and also how old your motorbike. This way, whilst gawping at the zillions of budget motorcycle insurance deals when comparing motorbike cover estimates, you will be able to make a more calculated decision... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 22 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance Quotes - Find and Compare Motorcycle Insurance Quotes Motorcycle Insurance QuotesCompare motorcycle insurance quotes in order to get the best deal because it just makes sense. The market is so rife with deals and companies want you as their customer. The only way to possibly find the right one for you is to compare motorcycle insurance quotes online and elsewhere until you find the right one.You may think of this to be a little tedious, but actually it is not. Because all you have to do is have a decent idea of the type of insurance that is suited to you and your motorcycle, then narrow it down to that specific type when doing a search... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 21 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Bike Motorcycle Insurance - Compare Multi Bike Motorcycle Insurance Bike Motorcycle InsuranceMulti bike motorcycle insurance can simplify your life considerably. If coping with the laid up motorbike cover paperwork for the two or more motorcycles you own is giving you a perpetual headache, consider saving time and bother with a multi bike motorcycle insurance policy. Multi bike insurance covers all of your vehicles under a single policy at one reduced premium.Many of the most popular multi bike motorcycle insurance policies cover up to 6 vehicles, but you can purchase a policy to insure only 2 motorbikes. Multi bike motorcycle insurance may save you... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 10 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Up Motorcycle Insurance - Research Laid Up Motorcycle Insurance Up Motorcycle InsuranceLaid up motorcycle insurance can prove quite useful if you own a motorbike but you don't intend to ride it for an extended period of time. Many collectors own more than one model, and one or two of these investments may simply sit in the garage for months on end. Laid up motorcycle insurance protects these assets against theft, fire or other damages that might occur when your motorcycle is off the road.If you are the registered owner of a motorbike or other vehicle but you do not intend to operate it in public areas, you must obtain a Statutory Off Road... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 09 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Accident Insurance - Investigate Motorcycle Accident Insurance Accident InsuranceMotorcycle accident insurance gives you greater peace of mind about your personal safety when you're riding, so that you can thoroughly enjoy the freedom that your motorbike provides. As much as you love touring the countryside or dashing through city centre on your motorcycle, you know that riding a motorbike carries certain risks. With personal motorcycle accident insurance, you and your loved ones will have the financial protection you need to cover your losses if you should be seriously or fatally injured in an accident.To ride a motorcycle legally in England,... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 08 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Touring Travel Insurance - Compare Motorcycle Touring Travel Insurance Estimates Touring Travel InsuranceFinding motorcycle touring travel insurance that meets your specific requirements may not be as easy as it first appears. Although any number of insurance providers offer cover for your motorcycle when you're travelling, many of these policies do not give you protection where and when you need it most. To find motorcycle touring travel insurance that covers you wherever you go, look for an online motorbike cover quote provider that understands the unique risks of motorcycle touring.Touring the countryside on a motorcycle can be one of the greatest pleasures... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 07 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance Quotes - Research Online Motorcycle Insurance Quotes Motorcycle Insurance QuotesOnline motorcycle insurance quotes may be the fastest route to the cover you need for your valuable motorbike. When you have the option to compare quotes from several insurance providers online, you can quickly review the market to find the insurer that offers the most reasonable rates. Online motorcycle insurance quotes give you the freedom to gather the information you need from the privacy and comfort of your home. Because many motorbike riders value freedom and flexibility, you're likely to be quite satisfied with the process of comparing online short... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 06 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Broker - Locate a Motorcycle Insurance Broker Insurance BrokerA motorcycle insurance broker can be a valuable ally in your search for affordable, reliable motorbike cover. With an unbiased broker at your side, it's easier to navigate the complexities of bike insurance and the flood of promotional deals to find the cover that best suits your needs. With so many competitive motorcycle insurance policies to choose from, having the assistance of a motorcycle insurance broker can make it much easier to make a decision with confidence.When you're sourcing a motorcycle insurance broker, look for an objective professional who... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 03 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Rate - Compare Motorcycle Insurance Rate Estimates Insurance RateAn affordable motorcycle insurance rate is within your reach when you take advantage of every opportunity to reduce the cost of your cover. When you compare multiple motorcycle insurance quotes from different insurance companies, you'll discover that the rate can vary from one company to the next. Sometimes the only difference between two quotes is the fact that one provider offers a more competitive motorcycle insurance rate than its rival.The insurance market is highly competitive, and it pays to shop around for the lowest rate before you make a binding decision... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 02 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Company - Find a Reliable Motorcycle Insurance Company Insurance CompanyA reliable motorcycle insurance company has an extensive history in the insurance industry and a solid reputation among motorbike riders in your area. To find the most cost effective, dependable cover for your bike, don't settle for a policy issued by a conventional car insurance company. A company that specialises in insuring automobiles may not understand the specific requirements and risks of riding a bike. Motorcycle riders are a breed apart, and they deserve specialist protection that reflects their unique needs, such as pay as you go cover for instance.A... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 01 Sep 2011 00:00:00 EST as You Go Motorcycle Insurance - Compare Pay as You Go Motorcycle Insurance Benefits As You Go Motorcycle InsurancePay as you go motorcycle insurance is a flexible solution for riders who don't need the year-round financial protection that an annual policy provides. If a rider only rides a motorbike to rallies or shows, or only rides for a month or two in the summer when the weather is warm, a pay as you go motorcycle insurance policy may be the perfect type of coverage. With pay as you go insurance, there's no need to worry about keeping up monthly premium payments or paying a large annual deposit for a regular insurance policy.Many pay as you go policies renew... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 31 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Comparison Site - Compare each Motorcycle Insurance Comparison Site Insurance Comparison SitesMotorcycle insurance comparison sites offer valuable resources to riders seeking affordable, reliable cover. When you source dependable motorcycle insurance, you'll find that there are a number of respected, FSA authorised insurance companies competing for your premiums. Choosing the policy that's best suited to your needs can be challenging. With the help of motorcycle insurance comparison sites, you can do much of the work of comparing motorbike policies without leaving your home.Whether you're searching for a regular annual policy to cover your commuter... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Tue, 30 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST for Motorcycles - Find Estimates on Insurance for Motorcycles for MotorcyclesInsurance for motorcycles can be a rather overwhelming task to negotiate. If you are looking for insurance for motorcycles, then you have probably done a quick search on the internet, and, as a result, come across the many different deals on offer. This is due to the competitiveness of the market, which is a good thing because it keeps price down. However, it can also make the task of searching for insurance for motorcycles extremely laborious, as you scrape through hoards of deals from different sites to try and find the right one. To make it easier for yourself, it... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 28 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance - Consider Multi Motorcycle Insurance Motorcycle InsuranceYour multi motorcycle insurance premiums may be cheaper than the cost of insuring your bikes under separate policies, especially if you need classic motorbike protection. Many motorcycle enthusiasts have more than one motorbike, and because you can only ride one bike at a time, insuring these investments under a single policy makes good sense financially. Look for an insurance provider that specialises in motorcycle cover and understands the unique needs of riders like you.Insuring a motorbike is typically much cheaper than insuring an automobile. Motorbikes are... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 27 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance - Analyze Vintage Motorcycle Insurance Policies Motorcycle InsuranceVintage motorcycle insurance is a must for collectors of these valuable motor vehicles. If you own a vintage motorcycle, you are well aware of the pleasures of riding classic bike. Along with freedom and sense of adventure that come with riding a motorcycle, owning a vintage model gives you the opportunity to fully appreciate the aesthetic and mechanical features of these machines.Requesting monthly motorbike cover quotes from car insurance providers or mainstream motorcycle insurers may not be of much use when you're sourcing insurance for a vintage motorcycle.... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Fri, 26 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Motorcycle Insurance - Obtain Affordable Monthly Motorcycle Insurance Motorcycle InsuranceMonthly motorcycle insurance is a flexible option for riders who don't require a regular annual policy. If you ride a motorbike only occasionally, there's no need to commit to paying a yearly premium when you can pay for your coverage from one month to the next. Also known as pay as you go insurance, monthly motorcycle coverage gives you financial protection only when you need it. When you don't require coverage, you may simply switch it off.A motorcycle can be an affordable alternative to a car if you're keen on trimming your budget. In general, motorbikes are... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Thu, 25 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Insurance Forum - Review a Motorcycle Insurance Forum Insurance ForumA motorcycle insurance forum offers valuable tips on how to obtain cheap, quality motorcycle cover. The members of an online forum gather in cyberspace to share advice on how to find the best coverage for these unique vehicles. Motorcycle riders are a breed apart, and the news you'll find in a motorcycle insurance forum is unlike the information you'll receive from any other source.A standard motorcycle insurance policy is typically cheaper than the equivalent cover for an automobile, but riders still want to get the cost down as much as possible. In an online forum,... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Wed, 24 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Scooter Insurance - Review Motorcycle Scooter Insurance Policies Scooter Insurance Motorcycle scooter insurance specialists understand the unique needs of their policyholders. When you source the most competitively priced coverage for your scooter, look for an insurer that targets the owners of these vehicles. Scooter riders are likely to be young and are often searching for the most economical options in motorcycle scooter insurance. However, adults of all ages enjoy the flexibility, affordability and environmental benefits of riding these zippy vehicles. When you shop for motorcycle scooter insurance, you may be pleasantly surprised to find... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Mon, 22 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST for a Motorcycle - Obtain Top Rated Insurance for Motorcycles for a Motorcycle Buying insurance for a motorcycle is similar in many ways to buying insurance for a car. When you shop for motorcycle cover, you'll find that there are three basic types of insurance available. Third party only, third party fire and theft and comprehensive insurance for a motorcycle provide varying levels of financial protection for motorcycle riders. As with car insurance, third party motorbike insurance meets the legal requirements for driving in the UK. Although the standard types of insurance for a motorcycle are virtually the same as the types of cover... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sun, 21 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Recovery Insurance - Review Motorcycle Recovery Insurance Recovery Insurance Motorcycle recovery insurance may be combined with your regular motorbike insurance policy or purchased as separate cover. If your motorbike won't start or cuts out, or you have a punctured tyre on the motorway in the middle of the night, you don't want to be stranded for hours waiting for help from a mate or a family member. Break downs can be dangerous, especially if they involve a serious collision. Motorcycle recovery insurance and off road motorbike cover gives you the extra peace of mind you need to enjoy your bike without worrying about a puncture or an... <a href="">Read the full article</a>Sat, 20 Aug 2011 00:00:00 EST Road Motorcycle Insurance - Consider Buying Off Road Motorcycle Insurance Road Motorcycle Insurance Off road motorcycle insurance gives you the financial protection you need to ride your motorcross bike with confidence. Whether you ride in rallies, race your vehicle or simply enjoy the excitement of an off road ride, specialist motorcycle insurance gives you peace of mind about your valuable investment. For high quality off road motorcycle insurance at competitive prices, compare quotes from insurance providers that specialise in covering motorsport vehicles. Motorcross bikes are a breed apart from the standard commuter or tourer bikes. 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