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Insurance bargains: 125cc bikes

MCN, 09 August 2012 14:15

125cc bikes currently make up a large portion of bikes sold in the UK thanks to their low price and economical engines. Part of their broad appeal is that 125cc motorcycle insurance costs are typically low; often cheaper than larger capacity motorbike insurance. When it comes to picking your next bike, don't forget to include motorcycle insurance in the things ...

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Insure your dream bike: Aprilia Tuono 1000R

MCN, 03 June 2011 12:44

More than 12,000 reader completed our MCN Britain Biking survey, so we can tell you which are the most popular bikes in the UK. Each week, we'll take a look at one of your top rated bikes and let you know just what motorcycle insurance would cost. This week, we tell you what it would cost to insure a Tuono ...

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No pillions, say leading motorcycle insurer

MCN, 25 May 2011 16:30

Thousands of motorcyclists are being refused motorcycle insurance if they want to carry pillions, MCN has discovered. One of the biggest motorbike insurance underwriters has decided to refuse cover for a range of bike models unless the rider agrees not to carry passengers. Aviva says policies allowing pillions are being declined for "sports, supersports and off-road-style bikes" but MCN has ...

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Motorcycle insurance: What to do if they won't cover you

Chris Dabbs, 03 December 2010 16:12

Matthew Colbourne lives in Hertfordshire and works in London. He started biking in 2005 at the age of 42, buying a KTM 950 Adventure and immediately became hooked - clocking up 15,000 miles a year and eventually selling his car for lack of use.   Save £££ on motorcycle insurance with MCN Compare In 2008 July he bought a KTM Super ...

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Take your future plans into account when you take out motorbike insurance

MCN, 30 July 2010 17:27

Steve Fortune had sorted his cover for his new Tiger 1050 and now he was ready to bolt-on a few extras. In Steve's case that was an Arrow end can, that his IAM instructor, a serving Class one  police motorcyclist, had  said made a great sound when he went out with him that Sunday. Save cash on motorbike insurance Unfortunately, ...

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Motorbike insurance: Declaring modifications

MCN, 23 July 2010 17:33

Chris Allgar had an Arrow Race can fitted to his Tiger 1050, which upped the output, by 15bhp or so. “I was really happy with it, the bike had been set up on a dyno and was pumping out about 15b brake horse more, with a great sound too.” Said Chris. “But when I called my insurance broker to let ...

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What to do if you disagree with a speeding ticket

MCN, 18 June 2010 14:30

If you get a speeding ticket through the post, which you really disagree with, you are able to request details of the camera used to capture you and its calibration certificate. You are also entitled to request the photograph and video (if a video exists). You can do so before pleading not guilty, though they do not have to give ...

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Motorbike insurance advice: Claiming from a cyclist

MCN, 18 June 2010 13:47

Rob Inder was recently involved in an accident with a cyclist, which damaged him and his bike quite seriously. His insurance company were notified and have put him onto their recommended solicitors. Multiple witnesses and a police investigation place the cyclist firmly at fault, but as the cyclist doesn't have third party, claiming can be tricky. The Motorist Insurers Bureau ...

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Motorcycle insurance: One call to MCN saved £100s

Chris Dabbs, 11 June 2010 10:27

On 9th December 2009, Simon Ayling was knocked off his motorcycle by a third party who failed to stop. He made a claim under his fully comprehensive motorcycle insurance policy but four months later he still hadn’t received any payment. He emailed the Claims Department advising that he wished to make a formal complaint, which prompted a phone call on ...

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Motorbike insurance advice: how to cancel your policy

MCN, 21 May 2010 16:43

Most of the time getting insurance is pretty straightforward. But if there is a breakdown in communication, or you are not happy with the policy you have been offered and want to change, it can be the devil’s own job getting your money back, or avoiding paying additional charges, even with a cooling off period. Don’t wait for them to ...


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