We’re proud to be both a leading and pioneering motorcycle insurance specialist providing cover for over 200,000 motorcycles and scooters in the UK and Ireland.
Protection is provided via a wide range of specially designed policies to cover all kinds of modern, classic, vintage, and custom motorcycles, including superbikes, roadsters, cruisers, tourers, mopeds, sports, supersports and commuter bikes.
To ensure we offer excellent and appropriate cover, we work with a panel of leading insurers and our biking insurance specialists are fully trained to find you a suitable deal.
We’re based at offices in Manchester and Dublin. At these sites we employ over 400 staff, who, upon recruitment, complete an intensive training programme to ensure they have an excellent understanding of motorcycling and related insurance issues. We also encourage our staff to take up biking by offering to fund training courses and fees for both the Compulsory Basic Training and full bike test. In addition we offer our staff a free “taster” training session on a scooter as part of the ‘Get On campaign’ annual Ride To Work Day initiative.
To help bikers recover what they are rightfully due when involved in a “non fault” accident we operate a joint venture in partnership with New Law, an award-winning personal injury law firm with a specialist motorcycle injury team. Based in Cardiff and bringing together our biking know-how with legal expertise, Carole Nash Legal Services provides expert legal advice on the recovery of uninsured losses and the securing of appropriate compensation for injury.
Whilst we’re rightly known as a premier provider of motorcycle insurance, through our dedicated Classic Cars division we also deliver specialist protection for classic and performance cars, campervans, motorhomes and military vehicles.
Over the years we have won a number of awards and commendations and in September 2017 were independently ranked by Insurance Times magazine as the UK’s 44th biggest insurance broker.
From April 2017, all organisations with over 250 employees are required to report their gender pay gap on an annual basis. Gender pay compares the average (mean and median) hourly earnings of male employees and the average earnings of female employees in a company, regardless of their job role.
The difference between those average earnings is known as the gender pay gap, which is expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings.
We’re proud to be an inclusive business and pleased to share our results for 2018. You can read the full report here.