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Individual/Family 2/Family 3+ $99 (Was $129/$163/$183), Concession $79 (Was $109) Annual Bicycle Insurance @ Bicycle Network

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https://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/membership/?promo=99-flash...

Individual Annual $99 / year (save $30)
Concession Annual $79 / year (save $30)
Family 2 Annual $99 / year (save $64)
Family 3+ Annual $99 / year (save $84)

Insurance for Medicals, Income Protection and Third Party Coverage:

Medical coverage
We’ll cover expenses that others don’t – including dental, orthodontic, physiotherapy, and even acupuncture as long as you provide a reference from a qualified medical practitioner.

Income protection
If you’re injured on your bike or can’t work after an incident, we’ll pay up to 85% of your weekly earnings for 52 weeks.

Third party coverage
For any damage to another person’s property or injury caused to them, you’ll just need to pay the first $1,000 and we’ll take it from there.

https://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/membership/benefits/

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  • +3 votes

    😂😂 Didn't know this was a thing

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    Why do you have different addresses, and most importantly why you allow different countries in your Family 3+ plan? Will you cover those family members even if they ride a bike in a different country?

    • +1 vote

      https://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/07...
      (b) If you’ve bought a family membership, members of your family won’t be covered unless they’re living at the same address.

      I'm not associated btw.

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        then it's just a crap site. It shouldn't allow you to enter more than one addresses, let alone different countries!!!

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    that's the cost of my super-efficient Kmart bike….

    • +5 votes

      Kmart doesn't sell replacement teeth, just saying

    • +3 votes

      This insurance doesn't cover your bike. It's like automobile third party property damage insurance.

      e.g.

      If you crash your Kmart bike into someone's BMW while riding, the insurance will cover the damage above the excess.

      If you damaged your teeth during a crash, they'll pay for the dental work.

      If you injured yourself badly enough that you can't work, they provide income protection.

  • -3 votes

    This should be compulsory for anyone over the age of 16 that rides a bike. I had no clue it was a thing, until this post, but it seems like a very good deal.

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      For regular riders or everyone?

      I ride my bike probably once a week but basically never use the road.

      • +1 vote

        Once a week or daily, still won't make a difference to the insurance companies if you damage a car

        • +1 vote

          If I hit a BMW I would just sprint off at max speed.

          My tight, lycra bound physique lubricated with sweat prevents angry grasping hands from aggressive drivers.

          My sleek, angular glasses prevent scumbags throwing ciggie butts in my eyes to discombobulate me.

          And my large, unwieldy road cleats clack so loudly that pursuers ears are pierced, as they fall aside, I will slide/run away to freedom.

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            @Telios:

            If I hit a BMW I would just sprint off at max speed.

            Better hope your bike, or you, wasn't damaged in the crash!

  • +2 votes

    Is there a bike insurer that covers you for theft and that people recommend?

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      I use velosure

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    Great deal for a household policy. I've had bike insurance for all members of my house over the last 10+ years. Thankfully no one has needed to make a claim.
    It's so good to know that we are covered for third-party damage if we do something silly and end up causing injury or damage.

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      So I guess you've paid over $1000 in premiums so far but I guess potential damage could exceed that.

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    Hopefully this guy had bike insurance!

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    For clarity, if you're thinking this compares to velosure and other providers…

    Is my bike covered as a part of Bicycle Network insurance?
    No, your bike isn’t covered by Bicycle Network insurance. Your Bicycle Network membership covers you for personal injury and public liability.

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    I joined Bicycle Network just before this promotion started, but I think their previous promotion that end Oct 31 was a free jersey so I guess this replaced it.