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Why choose Gocompare.com's motorbike insurance comparison service?
Our service helps you compare over 30 insurance brands, with quotes available for motorbikes, scooters and mopeds.
What's more, you'll be able to see far more than prices - consider policy options and levels of cover to find the right deal to suit your needs.
To obtain a quote, fill out our simple-to-use forms with your basic personal details, plus information on the bike to be insured and the riders you want on the policy.
Be ready to input the number plate (if known), your length of no claims bonus, the type of use the vehicle will be put to, annual mileage, details of accidents and/or convictions in the last five years and of your occupation.
Did you know...?
- Motorcycles account for 1% of Britain's road traffic, but bikers suffer 20% of all fatalities on the road
- Car drivers can pass the driving theory test without answering a single question about bikers
- Four-stroke engines run on petrol, but you'll need a mixture of oil and petrol for a two-stroke
There'll also be questions on your riding history, including the chance to tell potential insurers of riding qualifications you've achieved, whether you're a member of a biking organisation, and if you're also a car driver and/or owner.
The final section will ask for details of the bike to be insured, including its value, security arrangements, whether it's modified, if it will be used to tow or with a sidecar, and if pillion use is required.
On the quotes screen, you'll be given a clear indication of the policy price, excess levels, and whether personal accident, legal assistance, breakdown cover and helmet and leather cover are included.
To find out more about such areas try our motorbike insurance guides, where you'll also find the answers to frequently asked questions.
Read more about the factors influencing insurance price, the types of bike insurance, excesses, paperwork, policy add-ons, security, modifications, riding other motorcycles, whether no claims bonuses can be transferred to and from cars, and cover for passengers.
Our guides offer information on Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), travelling abroad, and the gear you need for riding, and we've got dedicated pages for scooters, mopeds and three-wheelers. You can also try our top tips for finding cheap motorbike insurance.