If you have a motorbike insurance policy with Bennetts, don't miss our exclusive partnership.
As a Bennetts customer, you can receive special discounts on our indoor and outdoor motorbike covers.
We're proud to have happy customers all over the world. Our car, caravan and motorbike covers are popular from the UK to New Zealand!
We offer FREE UK mainland delivery on all orders, or alternatively if you fancy coming to see us, you are welcome to collect your cover from us here in Shipley. We'll even make you a nice cup of Yorkshire tea!
For almost 40 years we have been protecting vehicles with our car, caravan and motorbike covers and we absolutely love what we do. Customer feedback is so valuable to us as it allows us ensure our products and service are the very best they can be.
We were delighted when we read Bennetts' review of our Stormshield + motorbike cover. The reviewer, Chris Newble of Bennetts, himself a bike obsessive, put his outdoor cover through its paces and shared his thoughts....
As the days grow shorter, they inevitably get colder as winter approaches.
If your pride and joy is your car, or motorbike you'll no doubt look after it all year round. But as the winter months approach, it's important to take further steps to protect and preserve paint and body work.
In August, Steve Jackson, editor of Nacelle, The Triumph Owners Club MCC came to visit us with his fabulous 1972 Triumph Daytona T100R.
Steve came all the way from Cheshire so we could take a pattern of his bike for both Prestige indoor and Stormshield outdoor covers (and also so we could have a natter, a few cups of tea and talk about a hat...).
If you can't wait to get on the open road, and believe that two wheels are certainly better than four, our list of '20 reasons to ride a motorbike' will no doubt resonate pretty strongly with you.
If you own a motorcyle, or are thinking of getting one this year, read on and see if you love the thrill just as much as we do...
The temperature has certainly dropped over the last few weeks, with frost and ice starting to appear.
It's official...winter is here brrrrr!