*51% of consumers who purchased Motorbike Insurance through this service provided by Seopa Ltd in August 2020 were quoted less than £132.84. The price you could achieve is dependent on your individual circumstances.
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There are a number of factors that affect your motorbike insurance premium. These include:
Your job - what you do for a living affects the price you will pay for your bike insurance
Your location - where you live and where you drive will have a bearing on the likelihood of you having an accident or your bike stolen
Security - where you keep your bike when you are not riding it is a big factor. Is it secured in a garage or parked out on the street?
Make and model - the more expensive your bike, the more it will cost to repair or replace
Your no claims bonus - if you have been driving safely for a few years you can build up a record of making no claims
The size of your excess - how much will you pay towards the first part of any claim will affect the annual premium too
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