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Bicycle Insurance?

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Aug 2011
7:01pm, 1 Aug 2011
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Lisa T
We've had to put ours as specified items on the insurance policy & they are covered for theft & accidental damage at home & away from home. It didn't cost a lot to get them put on an extra £25 a year or something. Well worth it.
Aug 2011
7:03pm, 1 Aug 2011
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Lisa T
P.S. Would always suggest it is a good idea to get accidental damage cover away from home incase you ever come off & damage the bike. These things aren't cheap to fix & replace!!!
Aug 2011
7:07pm, 1 Aug 2011
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Stepford Wife
Our bikes (some of them and I must check which) are on the home insurance both at home and away. Apparently they are covered if they are locked to something immovable outside the home. cost quite a bit but that was due to them being nicked twice. From the kitchen. They are now locked in the kitchen too.
Aug 2011
7:09pm, 1 Aug 2011
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AngusClydesdale
These people are recommended by CTC:

cyclecover.org.uk

Can't vouch for it personally though.
Aug 2011
7:10pm, 1 Aug 2011
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AngusClydesdale
Bloody hell SW. From in your kitchen? Whilst you were in the building?!
Aug 2011
7:13pm, 1 Aug 2011
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Stepford Wife
First time, we were away, second time we were upstairs. Was quite pissed off by that.
Aug 2011
7:23pm, 1 Aug 2011
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AngusClydesdale
Yeah, I'll bet. Bastards.

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