Gilera Bike Insurance

Need insurance for your Gilera motorcycle? Get an instant quote with Devitt Insurance today and we’ll compare prices from top UK insurers to find you our cheapest quote. We’ve been organising insurance for UK biker since 1936, so if it’s Fucuo 500 or a Gilera DNA 125, we can find the perfect cover for your Gilera motorcycle.

Gilera Bike Insurance

  • 10% discount at SPORTSBIKESHOP with your policy
  • You're covered in Europe - 90 days EU cover for your Gilera motorbike
  • Fast and hassle-free claims from our 24/7 UK-based accident helpline
  • Additional discounts for advance training, secure parking, limited mileage and security system

What can I expect to pay for my Gilera bike insurance?

Take a look at real prices for Gilera bike insurance to give you a rough idea of what you might pay:

BikeTPFTFully Comp

Fuoco 500 2016, 492cc Value £7,400.00
TPFT:£164.00 FULLY COMP:£122.00

Runner ST125 2016, 125CC Value £3,300.00
TPFT:£91.00 FULLY COMP:£160.00

Runner ST Black Soul 2012, 198cc Value £3,000.00
TPFT:£89.00 FULLY COMP:£111.00

GP 800 2010, 839cc Value £3,500.00
TPFT:£80.00 FULLY COMP:£110.00

Nexus 300 2009, 278cc Value £2,800.00
TPFT:£79.00 FULLY COMP:£87.00

All prices are based on a married rider, living in the BS27 area, with a full licence, no convictions or accidents, bank manager, with a factory fitted immobiliser. Prices correct as

History of Gilera

Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Gilera, was founded in 1909 by Giuseppe Gilera.

Known for their passion in the motorcycle racing field, in 1935 Gilera acquired the rights to the Rondine four-cylinder engine which rocketted their racing machines for almost 40 years. Engines ranged between 100cc to 500cc fitted with four-stroke engines developed by Gilera.

The most famous Gilera machine is the 1939 Saturno, inspired by the pre-war Gilera VTEGS 500cc.

Post World Was II, Gilera dominated the racing scene, winning the 500cc road racing world championships 6 times in 8 years. However a gentleman’s agreement was made with other Italian motorcycle makes to quit the Grand Prix racing after 1957 as a form of cost-cutting measure due to the downturn in motorcycle sales after the war.

In 1969, Gilera was purchased by Piaggio. In recent years, Gilera have produced a wide range of scooters and mopeds that are both stylish and well-priced, including the Gilera SMT which is a ‘supermotard’ meaning its an offroad moped fit for the big city but can handle bumpy roads.

Famous faces

Many famous racers took home victories when riding a Gilera, including:

  • Geoff Duke won World Titles in the Moto GP and Isle of Man TT in the 500cc/ 350cc class riding a Gilera during the early 1950’s.
  • Bob McIntyre 350cc at 1957 Isle of Man
  • Marco Simoncelli won MotoGP 250cc class in 2008

Gilera bike insurance overview 

Devitt have been providing bike insurance since 1936 and can arrange insurance for all types of bikes from mopeds to high-end Harleys – we’ve got you covered.

We will try our hardest to get your Gilera premium down, whatever your age and whatever your location. Opting for fitting an immobiliser or an alarm to your Gilera motorbike will help to bring the price down. Also storing your bike in a secure garage or shed are even better ways to reduce your premium too! If not, a good old-fashioned locks and chains will also reduce the cost.

We provide all of the usual cover – fully comp, third party only and third party fire and theft as well as a range of additional products, including Legal Expenses to pay for legal costs should you get into an accident. Personal Accident cover including an option to protect your helmet and leathers; plus Excess Protect, which could even reduce your premium!

Getting your Gilera bike insurance quote 

If you want to get a quick quote for your Gilera bike insurance then you can fill out our online quote form. Make sure you have all the information to hand about your motorbike, your license, you driving habits and your No Claims Bonus.

We will also need to know about any convictions and claims within the last 5 years, along with your security measures that are in place for your Gilera.

Get a quote online now, or if you’d rather speak to one of our friendly UK based advisors then call 0345 872 3614 now.

Take a look at the Gilera Runner 50

A walkaround look at the brand new 2015 Gilera Runner 50 Scooter that was revealed at the 2014 EICMA Milan show.

Why choose Devitt?

  • Fantastic offers and real life biker blogs from our sponsorship of Keep Britain Biking
  • Devitt have been arranging motorcycle insurance for UK bikers since 1936 – you’re in trusted and reliable hands
  • Exclusively comparing our rates from insurers to find you the cheapest Gilera bike insurance quote
  • Unique 10% discount code for SPORTSBIKESHOP when you insure with Devitt
  • Great additional care options including; Legal cover, Breakdown cover, Personal Accident (PA) cover, and PA with helmet and leathers
  • Outstanding customer service from our helpful UK-based call centre
  • Renewal reminders and Claims helpline texted directly to your phone

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