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Cycle Theft Insurance

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    Ian Pickering
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    Anyone got any recommendations for a good insurer against bike theft – especially for multiple bikes? Looks like most home contents policies only cover low-value bikes. Thanks, Ian.

    #18620

    Chris Juden
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    Hiscox is good for no-questions-asked coverage of high-value house contents: including bikes.

    #18623

    Ian Pickering
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    Thanks Chris, will check out Hiscox and see how they compare to my home insurer. Hope all is well with you “up north”, Ian.

    #18895

    Peter Hackman
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    A rather late answer, I’m afraid.
    A few years ago I found Hiscox rather expensive for house insurance so I switched. At the moment I use John Lewis. They cover for extended periods of time away from home and seem reasonable concerning terms and conditions. They don’t specify about the type of lock (eg Gold Standard). When away from home the bike must be locked to something solid but they seem happy for my “fleet” to be just locked to one another in a locked summerhouse.

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