Cycleguard: proud sponsors of the Cycling Weekly Sportive Series 2013


At Cycleguard we're proud of our continual sponsorship of
the Cycling Weekly Sportives. So proud in fact that we're now offering a
5% discount on our insurance !

As you progress from cycling enthusiast, to Sportive entrant

and then onto competitive races, did you know that the type of insurance cover

you need changes?

As part of the Cycleguard standard cover, you'll get up to

£10,000 cover for theft or accidental damage. So if you accidentally damage your

bike whilst upping the miles as part of your training programme, or taking part

in a Sportive, we'll pay for the repairs or replacement.

However once you reach the stage of entering competitive

races you'll need an extra level of cover. Cycleguard's ‘Active Extension'

provides cover for you whilst taking part in competitive races. It also

provides up to £300 for the reimbursement of your race fees for specific incidents.

This could prove very handy as race event organisers will not always reimburse

your fees, potentially leaving you out of pocket.

Cycleguard also gives you the option to cover your cycle

accessories up to £500. So this could cover that new Kask Helmet you treated

yourself to or the Sidi shoes you got for your birthday.

The 5% discount only applies if you visit us online

or for more information you can talk to our UK based dedicated call centre from

Mon to Fri 9:00am to 6:00pm on 0844 826

Cycleguard is a trading style of Thistle Insurance Services Ltd.

Lloyd's Broker. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. A

JLT Group Company. Registered office: 6 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2PH.

Registered in England No 00338645, VAT No. 244 2321 96.

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