We understand that your bike is worth a lot to you. That’s why we now offer optional bike cover with our Advanced Contents Insurance. This means that you’ll get replacement value for your bike if you crash whilst riding or racing^, or it’s stolen from a secure building or car.
Some insurers won’t cover you when you ride your bike in a race. AMI Bike cover does, so if you accidentally crash, we’ll repair or replace your bike.^
If your bike is stolen from your locked car or secure building (house, garage or office), we’ll replace your bike for the agreed value.
AMI Bike cover is an optional add-on to your AMI Advanced Contents policy. So you’ll have peace of mind, knowing stuff other than your bike is covered too.*
If you accidentally lose control of your bike and it runs into somebody’s car or property, we’ll cover your legal liability.
Save even more if you have another policy with us.
We understand that your bike may be worth a lot. AMI now offers an optional cover that means if you accidentally crash your bike or it’s stolen, we’ll replace it for the agreed value – not the market value.
To get AMI Bike cover, you need to first have an AMI Advanced Contents policy with us.
AMI Bike cover then costs an additional 5% of your bike’s value each year. So if your bike costs $5,000, it’ll cost $250 a year to cover.
When you make reasonable efforts to lock and secure your bike, you’d be covered for replacement value. e.g. If your bike is stored in your locked car or a secure building, you’d receive replacement value. If your bike is locked outside in the open (i.e. a lamp pole) and is unattended, or is secured on your bike rack or left in an unsecure building, you would only receive market value.
Yes of course, we cover both road cycles and electronic cycles too.
^Cover for racing only applies to recreational riders. AMI Bike cover does not extend to customers
who are sponsored or receiving a financial benefit for participating.
*Repair or replacement on most household items and market value cover for clothing and footwear, household linen, sports and camping equipment, carpets over 10 years old, your jewellery (limited to $1,000 per item if not specified) and computer software.