Why Your Cycling Organization Needs Spot Insurance

April 5, 2022

We’ve all had our fair share of “oh shit!” moments while in the saddle. After all, bicycling leads to the highest number of sport and recreation-related emergency department visits for traumatic brain injuries in the US.

That’s why your organization needs injury insurance. Enter Spot’s on-the-bike accident coverage. Spot can add major value for your organization and your members that go way beyond great accident coverage.  Let’s “ride” into some of the benefits of partnering with Spot:

Better Customer Experience

A Spot policy can pay up to $25,000 of out-of-pocket medical bills, with $0 deductible, each time your rider gets hurt—whether they’re commuting, riding for fun, training, or competing. That means your members can ride with peace of mind, confidence, and ease.

Generate Additional Revenue

Spot’s custom-tailored injury coverage is a major benefit that can be offered with memberships. This provides your organization with an additional revenue stream for each policy included in your memberships, races, or events. See how we added value for USA Cycling here.

Seamless Tech Integration

The best part? The integration is really simple, and we’ll build a custom plan that works for your organization—at no extra cost to you. We also provide valuable data with key insights into how injuries occur so you can enhance safety and reduce risk—a big win for you and your riders.

Accidents happen. But Spot is a game-changer that can help you attract new riders while protecting them from debilitating medical bills. So consider adding injury insurance to your organization and show your riders that you have their back when things go sideways.

If you’re interested in learning more about how your organization can partner with Spot, please fill out the form below.

Sarmiento K, Haileyesus T, Waltzman D, Daugherty J. Emergency Department Visits for Bicycle-Related Traumatic Brain Injuries Among Children and Adults — United States, 2009–2018. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2021;70:693–697. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm7019a1

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