Vintage Bicycle Insurance Thread

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Buster1

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Oct 23, 2011
856
Las Vegas
No, I'm not talking about insurance to ride and operate!

What do you guys do, if anything to insure your collection from theft or tragic loss? If the house burns down, if the floods wash it all away? Personal floaters or as an added part of your homeowners policy? Did your company need photos, or worse yet, professional valuation and/or appraisals?

What are your thoughts? I just exceeded $4k of actual bicycle expense. I know some of you guys have collections worth 10 times that.

Kinda hoping for a bunch of really good ideas and suggestions and maybe this thread can someday become a sticky.
 

silvercreek

Wore out three sets of tires already!
Dec 9, 2011
608
73
S.E. Oklahoma
I've been think about the same thing for my little measly collection.
 

Freqman1

Riding a '37 Dayton Super Streamline
Jul 14, 2009
19,262
Evans, GA
Bicycles are just one of my sicknesees. As many of you may or may not know homeowners or renters insurance will not cover most collectibles or antiques. I am providing a link to a site of a company that is one of the oldest and most respected collectibles insurers. Rates are very reasonable and they'll insure just about any collectible. V/r Shawn

http://www.collectinsure.com/
 
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