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Sorrymate

We are legal professionals you will find at motorcycle events throughout the UK, we are members of the MCIA and we are the preferred choice of MAG for all of their members.  There is a reason why 25% of our clients sack their insurance provided solicitors to use SORRYMATE.  We […]

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2Wheels London

The 2Wheels London team works in close partnership with London boroughs and local businesses to provide powered two-wheeler (PTW) riders with useful safety information and advice.

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Zero Motorcycles

Zero Motorcycles is the next step in motorcycle evolution. By combining the best aspects of a traditional motorcycle with today’s most advanced technology, Zero produces high performance electric motorcycles that are lightweight, efficient, fast off the line and fun to ride.

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Devitt

Motorcycle Insurance Specialists for 85 years; Devitt provide a 24/7 claim help line, 90 days full policy cover in the EU, service rated as ‘Excellent’ from over 12,000 reviews on independent site Trustpilot, no long queues on the phone and discounts on optional extras.

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The Vintage Motor Cycle Club

The Vintage Motor Cycle Club, with over 13,000 Members, united by a common appreciation of the engineering skills and vision of those who built the pioneer machines, has ensured that such machines are not preserved as lifeless exhibits in a museum, but are brought to life on frequent occasions in […]

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Bennetts

Bennetts is the UK’s leading bike insurance broker. Our motorbike insurance is 5 Star Defaqto rated and we have a dedicated UK based 24/7 claims team.

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Wheels 2 Work South West

Wheels 2 Work is a charitable incorporated organisation based near Holsworthy. Wheels 2 Work offers two-wheeled transport on a mobile basis to people in communities throughout the South West and East Sussex.

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National Young Rider Forum

The National Young Rider Forum (NYRF) is a group of Road Safety Professionals, joining their expertise to specifically look at Young Motorcyclists.  This vulnerable group are aged between 16 to 24 years and ride powered two wheelers of up to 125cc.

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