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  1. Rob

    Rob Administrator
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    Welcome to @Triumph Insurance GB a new site sponsor here on The Triumph Forum, a specialist broker.

    With a wide range of motorbike insurance schemes they are able to give you a bike insurance quote even if you don't fit the usual 'ideal' criteria for a motorbike rider, so if you need young rider insurance, or if you have made claims in the past, or received motoring convictions, or even a ban, they will still be able to offer you a highly competitive bike insurance quote.

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  2. Dougie D

    Dougie D Crème de la Crème

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    Thanks Rob,i'll get a quote from them come renewal time
     
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  3. Triumph Insurance GB

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    Mar 28, 2019
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    Good Afternoon Everyone

    Just to follow on from Rob's kind introduction, we're Triumph Insurance, the preferred insurer of Triumph Motorcycles UK and have been since 2017. In that time we've worked closely with the team at Hinckley to bring Triumph customers an insurance offering that is both competitive and feature packed.

    So, regardless of whether you have one bike, a multi-bike, modified or classic, call the dedicated Triumph Forum phone line on 0800 141 2786 for a quote or message us on here if you have any questions.

    Regards

    The Triumph Insurance team
     
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  4. GaleForceEight

    GaleForceEight Noble Member

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    Do you only insure Triumph's.... For those of us with several bikes! Do you insure 'classic' bikes ( for example my 1957 bantam D3)?
     
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  5. Triumph Insurance GB

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    Mar 28, 2019
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    We can insure non Triumph bikes too, no problem.
     
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  6. Sprinter

    Sprinter Kinigit

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    Hi.
     
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  7. mark scarrott

    mark scarrott Well-Known Member

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    Hi
    I have just given all my details and waiting for a quote.
    I am hoping they beat MCE

    We will see
     
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  8. Godders

    Godders Well-Known Member

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    I have literally just put in for a quote for three bikes (two Triumphs and a smaller 500cc Honda) 20 minutes before seeing this thread on insurance. They are getting back to me tomorrow morning with a quote or two.
    Are you competitive for multi-bike quotes for older wanked out returning bikers without NCD?
     
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  9. Godders

    Godders Well-Known Member

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    #9 Godders, May 16, 2019
    Last edited: May 16, 2019
    Edit. the next day.

    Well following on from yesterdays post I've realised two points: 1. that by doing online individual quotes it's a hell of a lot cheaper than multi-bike quotes which one would assume should be cheaper as unless your'e a magician can only be ridden individually. 2. that many insurers use the same call handlers including Triumph Insurance which seems to be allied to Bikesure and Adrian Flux.

    So by phoning around (which you seem to have to do for a multi-bike policy) you are continually being brought back to the very same call centre who then puts you on hold while they check your file/previous quote. Somewhat annoying!
     
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  10. Sprinter

    Sprinter Kinigit

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    I think that under all the labels there are, only 6 or 7 insurance companies, the rest are labels.
     
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  11. mark scarrott

    mark scarrott Well-Known Member

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    Well my renewal with MCE was £520.00 for 2 bikes.

    Triumph insurance what or whoever you are £334.

    So I am very happy :cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

    Saving goes towards me new tyres happy days
     
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  12. mark scarrott

    mark scarrott Well-Known Member

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    Well my renewal with MCE was £520.00 for 2 bikes.

    Triumph insurance what or whoever you are £334.

    So I am very happy :cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

    Saving goes towards me new tyres happy days
     
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  13. Triumph Insurance GB

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    Glad we could be of assistance!
     
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  14. Adrian Braithwaite

    Adrian Braithwaite Well-Known Member

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    I am an Advanced Instructor and ask if you can provide cover for this type of business use.
    Adrian
     
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  15. Triumph Insurance GB

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    We can offer cover whilst observing. Your best bet is to give us a call and we can talk in more detail.

    Regards
     
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  16. gazzatheyid

    gazzatheyid Senior Member

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    Hi, Will they beat quotes?

    Hammered me on my new Street Triple by over £500 more than Hastings Direct (Premium Option).
     
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  17. nigelrb

    nigelrb Member

    Jul 27, 2019
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    I know I'm late to the party, but will chip in with my experience that many will be cheaper than MCE. Their hidden 'admin' fees are a shocker, i.e. number plate change, address change etc. Had 5 bikes with them, but have migrated all to another company.

    Will check Triumph Insurance closer to me new bike being delivered.
     
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  18. gazzatheyid

    gazzatheyid Senior Member

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    £40 document change fee wasn't impressed
     
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  19. Dawsy

    Dawsy Cumbrian half-wit
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    After speaking to my last years insurers, Bennetts, whose price went up from 350 to 750 quid(!), I rang Triumph insurance to cover my Speedy and a shell suit coloured KLX250. They on the phone took all my details and said he was sure they could do a better price, will ring me back tomorrow. That was over a week ago and still no phone call. Very poor service.
     
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  20. nigelrb

    nigelrb Member

    Jul 27, 2019
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    The unfortunate consequence of many of today's customer service standards. Damn appalling.

    In view of that, and I am not sure if this is against forum protocol (mods delete if necessary) I have about 7 bikes with BeMoto: https://www.bemoto.uk/

    They have been very good service and premium wise and have 3 different levels of cover. I had defected to them after dissatisfaction with the major players.
     
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