We are delighted to announce that Commuter Club has chosen Bikmo as their cycle insurance partner to offer our services and great benefits to their customers.

Commuter Club

If you live or work in London then you’ll already know that travel cards can be very expensive. Buying an annual travel card comes in around £300 cheaper than buying 12 monthly passes or even cheaper still compared to buying 52 weeks worth of weekly travel passes.

The problem? Well, buying an annual card is expensive to fork out for in one lump sum. An annual travelcard zone 1 – 4, for example, will set you back by £1,865!

Commuter Club allows you to pay for an annual travelcard so that you benefit from the discount, however, you’ll pay in monthly instalments without any of the scary annual commitments


Commuter Club + Bikmo

As more and more people are combining train and bikes by cycling the first and last mile of their commute, it makes perfect sense that members of Commuter Club have access to Bikmo cycle insurance which has been created by a team of like minded cycle enthusiasts who understand the needs of commuters.

Commuter Club claims to have chosen Bikmo because of the great cover and simple approach to insurance. Commending on the partnership, Co-Founder Petro Plachkov said:

“We have been very impressed with Bikmo and all of their insurance benefits that come as standard, including cover £2M Public Liability, accidental damage and theft for your bike whilst left at train stations. This is perfect for commuter cyclists.”

For more info or to sign up, check out Commuter Club.


Whether you’re a year-round commuter, a dedicated roadie or you’re more of a weekend warrior, with Bikmo you’ll have the piece of mind that your bikes + kit are covered by a brilliant and comprehensive policy that includes superb benefits as standard.

Think accidental damage, theft, vandalism, £2M public liability + get you home cover to name just a few.

With Bikmo there are no options, just brilliant cover that has been thought up by a team of cyclists who love bikes as much as you do.

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