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Hagerty revs up motorcycle insurance product

Hagerty International, an established insurer of classic motorcycles, launches a brand-new film to promote their latest product for bikers. Perfectly timed for the start of the riding season, the new advert share the joys of classic motorcycling, showing friends riding together along beautiful country lanes, before arriving at the famous Ace Café in London.

Hagerty’s motorcycle product has an agreed insured value as standard, along with roadside assistance and recovery. Insure classic cars and bikes on the same policy and the policyholder may be entitled to a multi-vehicle discount, members of owners clubs may be able to claim additional savings. Motorcycles registered up to 1990 to be insured as a classic vehicle with Hagerty.

Hagerty has long been a supporter of classic motorcycling with regular bike-related content, and a number of classic motorcycle values monitored as a part of the global Hagerty Price Guide. Hagerty also names legendary motorcycle racers Maria Costello and Steve Parrish amongst its Brand Ambassadors.

Watch the new motorcycle advert here…

Hagerty – UK Motorcycle Insurance

Interested motorcyclists should take a look at the Hagerty website for more information or call 0333 323 1138 to speak to a Hagerty expert. Online quotations are also available.

Mark Roper, Managing Director of Hagerty International, said “Motorcycles offer one of the most exciting ways to enjoy a classic vehicle, so it was only right for Hagerty to offer a product for bikers with same flexibility and benefits as our car product. Every bike and biker is different and our expert team, many of whom are riders themselves, are on hand to create the best policy to suit the needs of our clients. Best of all, we can combine cars and bikes on one policy, creating one annual transaction, allowing more time to ride and drive.”

Hagerty is a sponsor of the Ace Café, putting their name to a number of car and bike events, as well as having permanent branding in and around the venue.

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