Dirt Bike Repatriation Insurance
- Emergency Medical Costs
- Repatriation to UK
- Option for Motocross
Emergency medical and repatriation cover for accidents when riding off-road overseas
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Dirt Bike Travel Insurance
Emergency Medical Costs
Buy Dirt Bike Travel Insurance online with instant cover BEFORE you travel
Make sure that you understand the policy you are buying and go through the medical screening questions if you have pre-existing health conditions. If you don't declare your medical history it could leave you unprotected without cover if you get sick.
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Off-road riding is covered as standard, but if you’re riding Motocross you will need to select the option. You can also choose cover for amateur racing, but we do NOT cover professional racing.
Select the relevant activity pack for your travels and remember to complete the medical screening questions honestly and accurately, to ensure you are actually covered.Buy Online 24/7
More Information About Dirt Bike Travel Insurance
We have more detailed information that can answer many of your in-depth questions (see the linked articles and FAQs below), however the following points should help answer the quick and easy questions...
Quick Reference Guide:
- Cover for emergency medical and repatriation costs after an off-road accident abroad
- Choose Gold Cover (£250k medical limit) or Silver Cover (£100k medical limit)
- Emergency repatriation is covered on top of the medical limits (£100k limit alive, or £50k in a body bag)
- It's like a travel insurance policy, except this one also has options for motocross and amateur racing (usually excluded on other policies)
- Other travel insurance benefits are included like cancellation cover (so buy your cover early) and other stuff like lost luggage or passports
- We don't cover professional racing (or semi-professional) or cover business activities
- You can buy Single Trip or Annual Multi Trip cover (the maximum age for Multi Trip is 66 whereas Single Trip is 75)
- You need to buy cover BEFORE you travel and for the whole duration of your trip
- You must have been a UK resident for at least 6-months (and still live in the UK) registered with a GP surgery
- You need to have a UK driving licence that covers you for the class of bike you are riding (or an ACU race licence)
- You need to wear an approved motorcycle helmet
Even if you have travel insurance with your packaged current account or a family multi-trip policy you are likely to need a top up policy like this one for the off-road riding element... Most other travel insurance policies exclude dangerous sports or hazardous pursuits.
Dirt Bike Repatriation Insurance FAQs
Can I use this policy for dirt and trail riding, including Motocross?
What's the difference between a "Repat" policy and my GHIC card?
Does Repatriation Insurance cover private hospital treatment?
What's the issue with private hospitals?
Is it BeMoto who deal with the Travel Insurance and Repatriation claims?