Compare Suzuki Bike Insurance

Suzuki. Is there any other name more synonymous with motorcycling? Currently with over fifty different new bikes to choose from, Suzuki really does have something for every type of biker - whether you’re very experienced or just starting out.

If you’re riding a Suzuki, you’ll want to make sure you and your machine are protected with the right insurance policy and that’s where we can help.

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A word on Suzuki

It would be a great pub quiz question. “What was Suzuki’s first product?” You’d be forgiven for going for a motorbike, or perhaps even a pedal bike, but no, the answer is a loom! The Suzuki Loom Works opened in Japan in 1909 making weaving looms for the cotton industry.

In fact, it was nearly 50 years later when Suzuki made its first ‘motorbike’ which was actually a motorised bicycle - literally a 36cc engine strapped to a bicycle frame!

10 years later in 1962, Suzuki had their first success in motorbike racing, the sport in which they’d become famous from then on. Ernst Degner powered to victory in the TT before going on to become the 50cc world champion.

By the 1970’s, Suzuki had added world titles in the 125, 250 and Motocross categories too. 1976 was for British fans, one of their finest years. The great Barry Sheene roared to his first world title on the RG500; the famous bike taking all of the top six places in the championship.
In the 1980’s, Suzuki’s road bikes had well and truly caught up with their bigger brothers from the track. The GSX1100S Katana and GSX-R750 were by now setting the standard for road bike performance.

By 2012, GSX-R series production had gone beyond a million bikes, and it continues to delight riders as it did for 30 years.

The right bike needs the right insurance

Whether you’re thinking of riding a Suzuki scooter, adventure, street or sport bike, the importance of getting the right insurance tailored for you is exactly the same.

As with car insurance, you’ll usually have three types of cover to choose from:

  • Third party only. The most basic cover available which only covers damage to a third party’s vehicle, property or person.
  • Third party fire and theft. This cover provides the same protection as third party but with the addition of covering you in the event that your motorbike is stolen or damaged by fire.
  • Comprehensive. The most complete form of cover which includes all of the third party elements whilst also including cover for yourself and accidental damage to your motorbike.

You might think that comprehensive insurance costs more. If you do, think again as this is often no longer the case.

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With motorbike insurance it’s really important to shop around. The cost of your insurance will depend on a number of factors. Your age, address, riding history, annual mileage and the bike itself, plus a number of other factors, they’re all taken into account.

We make comparing Suzuki bike insurance really quick and simple. Find out just how easy it is by trying it today and insure your Suzuki through comparethemarket.com.

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