Buddy Insurance has your back
Bicycle Colorado Business Member Buddy Insurance provides the first and only on-demand accident insurance to adventurers and athletes. Their mission is simple: to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.
“Buddy is super excited to be partnering with Bicycle Colorado. Both of our organizational missions of advocating for and protecting people who bike go hand in hand and we are looking forward to helping Colorado bicyclists in any way that we can,” says James Paul, Buddy’s Co-Founder and Head of Business Development.
Buddy Insurance has been growing and learning in the past year, and has just launched Version 2.0 of their on-demand accident insurance. This insurance pays benefits directly to customers for injuries requiring medical treatment. The new coverage no longer distinguishes between competitive and recreational bicyclists. This means that whether you race or are a casual rider, cost of coverage will be the same. They have also restructured their coverage to pay additional benefits for fractures and dislocations.
With pricing under $10 a day, this is a great choice for adventurers and athletes looking for a little extra protection just in case.
It’s super simple to get the coverage you may need:
- Sign up at buddyinsurance.com. Decide who (you, your family, or just the kids) you want to be covered and for how long, from a day to the whole year. Once you’re signed up, you’re protected anywhere in the world.
- If you get hurt while you’re covered, get treatment! Once you’ve taken care of your body, file a claim within 30 days of going to the ER, hospital, or urgent care. You’ll just need to tell Buddy what happened and send your documentation from the doctor.
- Once your claim is handled, benefits are paid directly to you. That means you decide how you want to use the money.
Check out Buddy’s recent announcement here to learn about their new insurance updates and get signed up.
Bicycle Colorado Business Members like Buddy Insurance help us strengthen the movement of people who love riding bikes, help increase bicycle tourism and create jobs and vitality in our state. We’re so thankful for their support.