How it works?
We've partnered with Quotezone, one of the UK's leading insurance comparison engines, to provide you with access to prices from the UK's top bicycle insurance providers and best of all it is completely free for you to use.
Tell us a few details about your bicycle, what you use it for and where you keep it
See prices available to you from the UK's top insurance providers and select the one that best for you
We will email you reminders so you don't have to worry about missing your renewal dates for your bicycle insurance
Still have time before you need to switch?
Not ready to compare prices yet? Then set a reminder in your Hoppy Dashboard today and we will send you an email when your bicycle insurance is due for renewal so you can compare prices and select the best policy for you.
Bicycle Insurance FAQ's
What type of insurances are available?
There are two solutions on how to insure your bicycle, one is through your home insurance policy or a separate stand alone bicycle insurance, however your home insurance policy may only offer a basic cover as the claim amount may be a lot lower than the cost of your bicycle so it may be worth getting a separate bicycle policy.
How long can I insure my bike for?
Most policies offer up to 12 months insurance however you can get a shorter contract if you need something just for a few months.
Will I be covered if I have an accident?
Yes, a policy can cover the costs if you've suffered a serious injury or for damage done to your bike should you have an accident.
What's the best way to secure my bike?
All insurers will want to be know that you secure your bike using the best methods possible to avoid theft or damage, this includes using an approved sold secure lock as well as a security cable.
If you’re locking your bike up whilst out, it needs to be attached to a permanent structure, this would be anything that can’t be unscrewed or moved to a different area, such as bike rack. You will also need to note how long the bike will been left unattended as policies may only cover an allotted number of hours.