The right policy for your motorbike is one that gives you the cover you need at the cheapest price. You can choose from three types of cover:
Third party only, which covers injury to others, and damage to their property
Third party, fire and theft, which also covers damage to your bike by fire, or if it is stolen
Fully comprehensive, which also includes damage to your bike and vandalism
Once you have decided what type of insurance is best for you, complete our form to get quotes and find a policy at the best price.
Get the cover you need
When you are looking for quotes think about what benefits you need your motorbike policy to have. Many insurers include cover for:
Trips abroad: Most insurance companies include cover for riding your bike abroad as standard, but the length of time you are covered may vary. For example, some insurers cap trips at a maximum of 30 days, but others include cover for 180 days.
Helmets and clothing: Most motorbike policies include the option to add cover for accessories, but some charge extra. Look for a policy where cover comes as standard, and check the limit is enough to replace your helmet and leathers.
UK breakdown cover: This provides you with roadside assistance if your bike breaks down while you are on the road. Some insurers charge extra for this, so look for policies that include it as standard.
How else can you save money?
When you shop around to find the cheapest quote, you can save money by:
Paying up front in full, because insurers charge interest for monthly payments
Choosing to pay a higher excess when you make a claim
Be aware that paying a higher excess could cost you more overall if you need to make a claim.