Cycling Accidents

by Bicycle Accident Line   February 24, 2013  

Hi, we are Bicycle Accident Line. If we can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us:-

We Provide non-fault accident management for cyclists. At NO COST TO YOU.

Telephone us today on 01752 876320 or 0750 1010 452

Bicycle Accident Line offers a unique service to cyclists who have unfortunately been involved in an accident and are not at fault. If you wish to make a claim against the third-party, we can provide assistance throughout the claims procedure.

We help with bike hire, bike storage, repairs and liaise with the third-party insurers on your behalf. Also, if you have been injured due to the accident, we can contact
a solicitor on your behalf if you wish to claim for Personal Injury or Loss of Earnings.

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And the vultures are circling overhead

posted by mattbibbings [103 posts]
25th February 2013 - 0:05



posted by northstar [1113 posts]
25th February 2013 - 0:13


The Train Line - big promotional presence so those new to train travel assume they are THE people to book with. However they charge a fee for every element - transaction and collection method - most TOC's allow collection free and usually deliver tickets free by standard post, and do free cycle bookings (but not all).

So any service which has line and the last word in the title, and promotes so heavily, be wary!

47 years of breaking bikes and still they offer me a 10 year frame warranty!

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posted by A V Lowe [557 posts]
25th February 2013 - 0:13


Signed up at 8:14pm on a Sunday night. Must have been a late night brainstorming session or things aren't going to well on your Line.

I am stronger than Mensa, Miller and Mailer, I spat out Plath and Pinter.

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posted by bikeboy76 [1791 posts]
25th February 2013 - 1:29


Working out of hours, thats good Devil

But I would rather use a well know and trusted line. Like CTC or Cycle SOS.

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posted by Gkam84 [9356 posts]
25th February 2013 - 3:04


If this lot are having to plug themselves on forums then they can't be that good. For all we know they could a subsidiary of our good friends at Churchill.

CTC and British Cycling both provide third party cover and comprehensive legal assistance among other benefits. Why look elsewhere? Support the organisations who support cycling.

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posted by Simon E [2405 posts]
25th February 2013 - 11:21


judging by their almost non-existent web presence i'm guessing they're not a subsidiary of anyone. they're based in plymouth. i thought they'd been clever and not added a web url cause then the topic would have to be approved. but it turns out they just don't have a website... Thinking Big Grin

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posted by Dave Atkinson [7850 posts]
25th February 2013 - 11:24


Has anyone tried ringing them? Devil Devil

Sir Velo

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posted by Raleigh [1734 posts]
25th February 2013 - 23:26


Thank you for all of your comments, duly noted!

We are a new business, commenced in January 2013 - (hence late night working), the business won't grow itself! We have 24 years experience in dealing with non-fault accidents and thought it about time someone looked after the cyclists!!

We are still putting together a website. We are not just 'plugging' the forums, but are advertising in cycling shops, with clubs and are on You may not know, but with a business you need to advertise and as our audience is the cyclists, where else would we advertise! I am sure CTC and British Cycling are excellent at providing legal assistance and third party cover among other benefits. We do not provide insurance cover and we have a panel of solicitors for any Personal Injury or Loss of Earnings. We provide replacement bikes, bike hire, arrange estimates and speak to the third party insurers - taking all of the stress out of making a claim. This is at no cost to the client, and we are NOT a no win, no fee company. Third party claims for motorists... why not cyclists. You are more than welcome to give us a call. Smile

posted by Bicycle Acciden... [4 posts]
26th February 2013 - 0:31


Personally, I use Butterfield Direct:

Call now

Ah! Condor

posted by Bedfordshire Clanger [346 posts]
26th February 2013 - 0:43


Simon E wrote:
could [be] a subsidiary of our good friends at Churchill

Nope, nothing to do with Churchill/DLG. One of the advantages of dealing with a biker specialist firm is that we get proper injury claims rather than spurious whiplash claims from non-existent passengers.

posted by Argos74 [347 posts]
26th February 2013 - 8:59