As you know by now by the Hundreds of pictures on our Facebook Page, Tom Sykes is the new eni FIM Superbike World Champion. The 28 year old from Huddersfield, rode a smart race and crossed the line in third place, a result that allowed him to clinch his first-ever World Title, in his fifth [...]
Impressive start to the Phillip Island GP for Brit pair Cal Crutchlow and Bradley Smith by setting competitive times in the good weather of Australia. Despite some wind blowing off the nearby Bass straight, Cal Crutchlow set a personal best with a 1.29.667,comfortably under Nicky Hayden’s 2008 lap record of 1.30.059. Cal makes his 50th [...]
It’s a fair question, one that deserves a fair answer.
The Bike Insurer is a comparison website – plain and simple. We compare the prices of up to 34 motorbike insurance brokers and display the best prices at the top of your results page. Unlike other comparison websites, we are focussed only on motorbikes so we can cater specifically to bikers.
The Bike Insurer is a team of young go-getters consisting of bikers, insurance experts and techies. This unprecedented and wondrous combination has combined to create the ultimate comparison website service, ensuring that bikers across the UK get the best prices for their motorbike insurance.
From humble beginnings in a small office back in 2006, the Bike Insurer has grown organically and delivers about 1500 bike insurance quotes per day (as of September 2011). We have not splashed out on huge TV advertising campaigns – our success has come from offering the best service available to bikers that want cheap bike insurance.
The Bike Insurer is administered by Vast Visibility Ltd a company registered in England and Wales. Registered number: 5866769. Registered office: Queen Anne House, Queen Anne Street, Southport PR8 1EH.
Phil or “Jesus” as he is known locally (more down to his long hair and beard than his ability to cure lepers) has been with The Bike Insurer since the start and is responsible for most of what you see when it comes down to the inner workings of the site. He’d also like to [...]Read Full Profile »
Geoffrey (never call him Geoff!) has been sat atop the Bike Insurer tree for a while now and although a trained accountant there is no limit to the lengths he will go for a thrill. Be it scrutinising the intricacies of the balance sheets or a ham sandwich with a bag of plain crisps he [...]Read Full Profile »
Known simply as “Lester” to his friends, Mr Short is surprisingly competent on a motorbike despite not having a motorbike licence. He’s been riding motocross bikes since he were a lad, starting with his trusty CR-125. He has a natural ability that would fool you into thinking he was born and raised on a motorbike, [...]Read Full Profile »
Steve, is not only a motorsport legend, BBC commentator and practical joker extraordinaire, but is also The Bike Insurer’s new Brand Ambassador. And of all his achievements in life, working for The Bike Insurer is of course the one he is most proud of… naturally. A Godfather of the track, Steve turned professional aged 22 [...]Read Full Profile »
When it comes to sorting out a deal, Andy is your man. A trained accountant, he’s been with the The Insurers since its early days and his main role includes hunting out new business partners and developing a good relationship with them. As you can guess, it involves a good bit of travelling and Andy [...]Read Full Profile »
John is famous for being an extreme sports enthusiast, with a keen love of all things motocross, BMXing and wakeboarding. That said he is now equally infamous for getting the office dog run over, though poor Mia is still recovering from her three broken legs so we’ll move swiftly on! John was the first person [...]Read Full Profile »
Dave is the Bike Insurer’s very own paparazzi and is never to be seen in daylight without his big black box of cameras. He is known as The Bike Insurer’s eyes & ears and will often be lurking trackside; reporting for us on all the British Superbike Races and UK-based World Superbike and Moto GP [...]Read Full Profile »