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Topic: Bicycle Insurance

Posted on: 13th Jun 2017 4:39 PM    Quote and Reply

I was wondering if there are any bicycle insurance companies that insures the bike in the event of an accident from local or overseas events even just accidents arising from regular day to day cycling.


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Posted on: 13th Jun 2017 5:08 PM    Quote and Reply


NTUC has this Personal Mobility Guard plan. I'm thinking of signing up this one.

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Posted on: 13th Jun 2017 7:05 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by Aden.s: I was wondering if there are any bicycle insurance companies that insures the bike in the event of an accident from local or overseas events even just accidents arising from regular day to day cycling.


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Hi Aden, there is no bicycle insurance company. But what you referring to is personal accident plan.
Which you some bike shop actually have collaboration with the insurance company to value add to their customer.


I just drop you a pm.


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Posted on: 13th Jun 2017 7:43 PM    Quote and Reply


Hi guys, you should check out ETIQA's e-protect personal mobility offering. probably the most comprehensive. 

https://www.etiqa.com.sg/personal/general-insurance/personal-accident/eprotect-personal-mobility

disclaimer: Etiqa is the official insurer for this year's #TOGO517, 817 and 1117 challenges! ;)

If you are talking about insuring BIKES, i hear some providers could be underwriting soon. will post if i hear anything.

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Posted on: 13th Jun 2017 7:54 PM    Quote and Reply


There are quite a few in fact.
i came across Great Easten, NTUC and AXA


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Posted on: 13th Jun 2017 9:57 PM    Quote and Reply


I am currently using the NTUC mobility guard, pretty good @ $96 per annum

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Posted on: 27th Jun 2017 8:40 AM    Quote and Reply


yes i have read through the schedule and its cover, it seems that these insurances from NTUC ETC are covvering personal accidents.
I have only found 1 such insuracnce that covers the bike as well as personal accidents not sure if anyone else has something else?

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Posted on: 21st Aug 2017 3:52 PM    Quote and Reply


Hi, please PM for a comprehensive all risks bicycle insurance covering world wide without any depreciation or excess.

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Posted on: 16th Jan 2018 6:31 PM    Quote and Reply


Hi, you can try Etiqa personal mobility for just $78 per year and now they cover phsycial bikes too. Worth it. 

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Posted on: 16th Jan 2018 10:06 PM    Quote and Reply


thats good...for $118 per year, they cover the cost of bike damage..cool.. maybe i swap mine to etiqa after mine with NTUC finishes.. extra 22 dollars for extension to bike damage cost is worth it

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