When do you Insure you Bike?

Author: advgrrl

Avid ADV rider! This Blog is all about the adventure in adventure riding. Researching new bikes, routes, accessories, learning about other riders and hopefully a great place for others to comment and explore with me. PLUS, up and down's, wildlife, my dogs, my life!

10 thoughts on “When do you Insure you Bike?”

  1. I have no car so no choice but insure all year. I often wonder if they would drop me if they found out I commute in all weather or if I actually had an accident during a snow or ice storm.

      1. I live in south west Pennsylvania, USA. I have an ’07 V-Strom, a ’10 Triumph Scrambler and a 1973 Honda CL350 Scrambler and it only costs me about $440 a year for all three.

  2. Storage insurance all year; road insurance 6-7 months depending on the spring. Late spring again this year in the central interior; not insured yet; not even close. Haven’t even fired up the bikes. We still have a foot of snow in the yard.
    I was wondering if you have a big trip planned again this summer.
    Cheers. GG

    1. the Spring thaw is right around the corner I feel it for you….we have had our share of snow in the right places though the mountains…tons of rain it feels in the valley….we might be planning a trip to ride around Vancouver Island from top to bottom to middle and everything in between. Still need to see if my new job will give me a big chuck of time off at the end of August through the first 3 weeks of Sept. Stay tuned.

  3. Year around since it isn’t too expensive and it’s less hassle. Who knows, I may pick up a side car…

    Your system said I needed to log in unless I used a different email address.

  4. Don that is amazing….I sometimes can not believe how we get ripped off up here and have no recourse. We must use ICBC, a government run insurance program for our basic coverage which is $938 per bike. We have no choice but to buy this and then we have 2 companies that offer theft, fire/ storage etc….

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