Cover for the L’Etape du Tour 2023
The 2023 Etape du Tour route will be on Sunday the 9th July 2023 and will be the stage from Annemasse to Morzone ( the Queen stage of the tour ) 157 km long with 4197m of climbing . For more details CLICK HERE .
For Travel Insurance for this event
Please select Cycle Racing / Sportives (not professional)
Personal Liability and Personal Accidents are covered.
This policy will provide cover up to the age of 69 years.
Medical to £10m is covered should you have an accident on your bike and must be repatriated.
Activity Equipment to £1,000 ( single article limit of £600 ) for your bike or other equipment if damaged, stolen, whilst in transit or whilst in use.
You can purchase a policy for the entire trip or the L’Etape du Tour. If you take an approach for the day, please select Adventures Part A Only.
You can purchase the Travel Insurance just for the day for £22.15
L’Etape du Tour allows amateur Cyclists to ride the Tour de France stage just days after the pros.
Are you prepared for L’Etape du Tour?
Have you done the training?
Have you got all your Kit? Ensure you have trained in the same Kit you will be riding L’Etape du Tour 2022, so you know it’s comfortable.
Have you had your bike serviced? Do this before you go and do a couple of training runs on your bike before you head to France.
And have you got your Travel Insurance for the trip?
Essential Requirements about the Travel Insurance
- If you already have Travel Insurance that does not cover Cycle Racing precisely. Call us on 0800 043 0020.
- If you are already in France and want Travel Insurance just for the day of the Stage, call + 44 (0)1273 092 757.
- If you have any pre-existing medical conditions, you should declare them, or your claim may not be paid.
- If you already have Bike Insurance in the United Kingdom, make sure it covers your riding in France and make sure it covers a Racing Bike.
Significant Benefits of Travel Insurance
If you crash and get hurt, you get ill before, after or during the race; you are covered for Medical costs. Medical covers up to £10,000,000. You don’t need this much, but it’s good to have it.
Search and Rescue cover to £50,000 (excess £500) is again unlikely, but if you get lost and need to be rescued, this is an excellent cover if you are injured. Giving your Travel Insurance to one of the Group or the Organisers is a good idea, so they can call on your behalf if necessary.
0800 043 0020
Don’t ride l’Etape du Tour without Travel Insurance !!!
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