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Gloucestershire Bike Project partners with insurance specialist

Gloucester Bike Project have chosen cycleGuard as their specialist insurer of choice, allowing them to offer discounted bike insurance policies to their customers.

Gloucestershire Bike Project are a community bike project and bike shop, selling lovingly refurbished bikes at affordable prices and new Trek bikes and accessories, as well as aiming to build a resilient biking community locally.

With over 20 years' experience, cycleGuard, another Gloucester based company, provide a range of insurance plans designed specifically for cyclists, regardless of how frequently they ride, their style of riding or even the type of bike they own.

Maureen Parker, owner of Gloucestershire Bike Project said: "Insuring your new bike is such a good idea. Replacing a bike can be an expensive business, so knowing that your bike is insured against theft or accidental damage gives such peace of mind. cycleGuard offers such an excellent service that we have no hesitation in partnering with them as our insurer of choice."

Gloucestershire Bike Project customers can receive 10% discount on plans with the insurer with policies that include theft, vandalism, accidental damage and up to £2,500 of clothing and accessories.

Alex Bennett, director of Thistle and cycleGuard said: "We are really pleased to be linking up with our neighbours at the Gloucestershire Bike Project who do an amazing job supporting grass roots cycling projects alongside their new and refurbished bike. By teaming up we are able to help their customer access to specialist cycle insurance which we are offering a 10% discount on."

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