PedalCover: Official Cycling Insurance Partner to Podium Ambition Pro Cycling

Podium Ambition Pro Cycling powered by Club La Santa is delighted to announce its official Cycling Insurance Partner for the next two years as PedalCover.

Based in South Wales, PedalCover is a specialist insurance provider that combines home and bike insurance under one policy to give comprehensive and cost-effective cover to cyclists. In addition, it provides insurance for travel, healthcare, motorhome or events, which can be added into the same policy to create a simple and streamlined option.

Founder of the company, Darren Thomas, himself a cyclist, triathlete and insurance broker, spoke of his excitement in partnering the Podium Ambition Pro Cycling powered by Club La Santa team: “Here at PedalCover we were inspired by the entire Podium Ambition concept and their commitment to providing an entire pathway to female riders to navigate their way through the British racing system and into the UCI peloton.

“We decided to support the professional team with a view to expanding our work across the whole organisation in the future as we are also committed to supporting the cycling talent of the UK and would love to be involved with the development of young talent focusing on Tokyo in 2020.”The support of a dedicated

Cycling Insurance partner makes a huge difference to Podium Ambition Pro Cycling as the team fly around the world for events and training, and with more than 30 years experience in an industry that is continuing to rapidly expand, the riders and staff are in good hands with PedalCover.

“We are delighted to welcome PedalCover as our official Cycling Insurance Partner,” said Barney Storey. “Their reputation in the industry goes without saying and our shared passion for cycle-sport makes this a perfect partnership.

“Darren and his team have created an incredibly efficient product which allows cyclists to combine all of their cycling insurance needs in to one place. We are delighted to be recommending their policies and working with them to support some of the UK’s brightest cycling talent in the process.”