Specialist motorcycle insurance provider, Devitt, is celebrating 85 years in business this summer and to mark the milestone anniversary, the company is launching a bumper giveaway with a huge ‘85 prize’ giveaway.
Devitt Insurance Services has partnered with some of the biggest names in motorcycling to put together an impressive prize pool that includes a VIP Superbike hospitality package from SYNETIQ BMW, a pair of the latest-spec Pirelli DIABLO™ ROSSO IV tyres, head-to-toe riding gear from SportsBikeShop.com (inc Alpinestars, RST, Bell and Shark brands), a £250 Bike Shed gift card, Muc-Off cleaning kit and much more.
The ’85 for 85’ giveaway will take place from 20 August until 10 September and can be entered online by visiting www.devittinsurance.com/85 and completing a short entry form.
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The Devitt story began back in 1936 when the company launched a pioneering scheme to insure motorcyclists direct through motorcycle dealers.
The innovation quickly became a success and over the last 85 years, the company has helped hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists find the right insurance for their machine, whether that’s a modified custom bike, an agreed-value classic bike, a sports bike, scooter or a multi-bike collection. They have an Excellent rating from over 13,000 reviews on independent review site Trustpilot and their motorbike insurance is five-star Defaqto rated too.
The company has long been actively involved in many aspects of the motorcycling world through sponsorship of racers, race teams and events.
From Barry Sheene riding a Devitt Insurance-liveried machine at the 1971 Isle of Man TT, Ivan Lintin winning the Lightweight TT on a Devitt sponsored bike in 2016, to the company’s current flat track team and high-flying BSB team SYNETIQ BMW, Devitt is engrained in the two-wheeled world.
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