Cagiva Motorcycle Insurance
Founded back in 1950, Cagiva didn’t start making motorcycles until 1978 when it took to specialising in small capacity two-strokes.
In the 1980s however, Cagiva began to make a name for itself on the racing stage. The company began making dirt bikes which were characterized by their fast powerful engines and innovative features, such as the MX line that had only one spring in the front forks. Racing legends like Randy Mamola and Eddie Lawson also rode for the company in Grand Prix racing.
This rich, relatively short, history is what has earned Cagiva such a following and if you own a Cagiva, you’ll know just what it means to own one. That’s why Carole Nash, the UK’s favourite bike insurance broker*, can offer you a Cagiva insurance policy that won’t let you down.
Every motorcycle insurance policy for your Cagiva comes with a range of benefits that we include as standard. This means that you’ll have UK & European accident and breakdown cover and up to £100,000 of motor legal protection in the event of a non fault claim included in your policy as standard, as well as 90 days of European use. You can also upgrade your insurance to cover your helmet, leathers and even your keys.
When you contact Carole Nash for a bike insurance quote for your Cagiva, you can rest assured that we will search our panel of leading insurers to make sure that we provide the cover you need at the most competitive price.
If your Cagiva motorcycle is more than ten years old, you could even qualify for our ‘modern classic’ bike insurance policy, which offer you even more great benefits and could save you around 10% on standard insurance rates.^ If you ride your Cagiva off-road, then talk to our experts about out specialist off-road bike insurance.
It doesn’t matter what model of Cagiva you ride, you can enjoy excellent benefits from your bike insurance and our UK based call centre is available to answer any queries. To get a motorcycle insurance quote for your Cagiva today, call 0800 804 7952 or visit www.carolenash.com.
* Voted the most used broker by readers of Ride magazine in their Rider Power survey 2010. ^Subject to terms and conditions.