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MCE Offer Trackday Cover With Comprehensive Policies

By: | Published 01 May 2014, 07:10 | Views: 6,311 | tags: mce, insurance, trackdays, cover, comprehensive, 2014, motorcycles, circuits, accidental
MCE Insurance, title sponsors of the MCE British Superbikes, is proud to announce an incredible new addition to their comprehensive motorcycle insurance policy…Free Trackday cover for all!

After listening to their customers MCE has made some fantastic changes to their policies, including free protected no claims bonus, flexibility on modifications and of course 183 days European Cover. This has all been a huge part in MCE’s rise to become the number one bike insurer on the Review Centre. This latest addition is a motorcycle insurance first and completely unique.

Trackdays are a fantastic way of getting you and your bike on track, with the new cover provided by MCE you’ll be free to ride on a trackday on any UK circuit, with the peace of mind your machine is covered subject to an excess for any accidental damage.

MCE’s Group Chief Executive Julian Edwards had this to say, “We’ve been working on creating the perfect policy for a biker by listening to customer feedback. Trackday cover was something a lot of people were after so we’ve ripped up the rulebook and are going to give it to bikers free of charge on all comprehensive policies. We believe at MCE that bikes are made to be ridden and your insurance cover should never stop you from doing this. Expect more exciting updates in the near future and enjoy yourselves out on road and track!”

For more information why not give the UK’s number 1 motorcycle insurer a call on 0844 338 69 08 or visit  

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Biking Bert | 01 May 2014, 15:40
Great to see another player in the market. The only other guys I know who have been doing this have been I have used them for years, but will be interesting to see if MCE are any better or worse. Anybody else used both MCE and MORIS?

Devon_Custard | 14 May 2014, 10:16
It sounds good. However when I checked into this for my track day later this year I was informed that the excess was 50% of the value of the bike. I'm not sure who this is aimed at, maybe track day regulars with track bikes at £3k. But for me with my everyday bike going for the experience, its pretty prohibitive. I guess it may be better than nothing though?
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