You can add any bikes, or components to your Bikmo account along with photos, receipts, or any documents which can prove ownership of your bikes and equipment.
A small amount of effort upfront in uploading this information will make your life easier in the event you need to make a claim, as your claims handler will already have all of your information. It’s simple to do and shouldn’t take long. Plus if you lose your receipt then you don’t have to worry!
Video: How to add bikes & kit to your account
Follow these steps:
Adding your bike couldn’t be easier, just follow the steps below to add all of your bikes;
- Log into your account.
- Under the heading ‘Bikes and kit list’ click the ‘Add new item’ button.
- Type in the make and model of the bike.
- Type in the RRP value you think is appropriate. If you’ve made upgrades to your bike then include the cost of the upgrades: how much would it cost to replace your bike in the event it was stolen? This should be the figure you put into the RRP field.
- Click the ‘Add Bike’ button and you’ve added your bike.
- Repeat this for as many bikes, accessories or kit as you need. We recommend uploading information for any equipment worth in excess of £150.
How to upload receipts and photos:
Uploading photos and receipts to Your Account means you won’t have to find them again in the event you need to make a claim.
- After adding a bike or any kit, click it again to open up the options to add photos or receipts.
- You’ll see the 'Add a picture', ‘Upload Purchase Receipt’ and ‘Upload Warranty’ buttons. Click on the one you want to upload: this will open the Upload a file Tool.
- Click the 'Choose Files' button and navigate to the photo or receipt you wish to upload. This can be an image, a pdf, or an html email.
- Double click the file or click the ‘Open’ button, then click the ‘Upload’ button in the Upload Tool. This will add the file to the bike or kit.
- You can view the receipt, image or file at any time by clicking the item in the list, hovering over the image and selecting 'View'.