To celebrate the recent launch of its insurance for classic motorcycles, Bennetts will be hosting a display of iconic racing machinery on its stand at the the British Superbike Championship at Silverstone this weekend.
The display will include race and championship-winning bikes spanning from the early 1990s to the late 2000s, each one previously ridden by superstar names from British and World Superbikes. From James Whitham’s 1993 Fast Orange Yamaha YZF750 and John Reynolds’ 2004 Rizla Suzuki GSXR-1000 to Troy Bayliss’ 1998 Ducati 996 RS and Carl Fogarty’s 2002 Foggy Petronas FP1, there is something to please all race fans.
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The Bennetts stand will be situated outside the entrance to the paddock and will be open to the public on Saturday and Sunday. Visitors will be able to feast their eyes on this stunning machinery and chat to the Bennetts experts about how they can protect their own classic or modern vintage bikes with individually-tailored, Defaqto 5 star-rated insurance cover.
Bennetts have designed the insurance for classic motorcycles package to make it as easy as possible for owners to customise and modify their bikes. It includes optional agreed value, salvage retention options and show and events cover. Bennetts also offers insurance for both modern and classic motorcycles on one multi-bike policy (up to four bikes), so owners who have more than one type of machine in their garage do not need to insure each one on separate policies.
Anyone completing a Bennetts insurance quote for a classic bike before the end of 2018 will be entered into a prize draw to win a VIP trip to the 2019 Classic TT. For more information visit www.bennetts.co.uk/motorbike-insurance/classic-bikes
For more information on Bennetts motorcycle insurance or to get a quote, visit: www.bennetts.co.uk
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship triple header Showdown decider takes place at Silverstone this weekend.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit www.britishsuperbike.comEnjoy more Classic Motorcycle Mechanics reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.