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    Rallye GSA Insurance

    My insurance is up for renewal next month. When I picked the bike up, the model was so new it wasn't even listed by the insurance co's., and just looked and it still doesn't appear on the drop down menu on the compare sites!
    So, anyone recommend any co's to try?

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    Bennett's now list the GS Rallye Adventure, may be worth a look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trebor View Post
    Bennett's now list the GS Rallye Adventure, may be worth a look?
    Just had a look, same as, its not listed

    Comes up as Adventure te. And its not listed in the drop down menu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geezer2005 View Post
    Just had a look, same as, its not listed

    Comes up as Adventure te. And its not listed in the drop down menu.
    I've just checked again and it is on the list, see attached, arrow points to R 1200 GS Adventure Rallye TE, with the no TE above it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trebor View Post
    I've just checked again and it is on the list, see attached, arrow points to R 1200 GS Adventure Rallye TE, with the no TE above it.
    Mines a 2017 bike, so when I input that year it doesn't show. If I input 2018 it does!

    Thanks though!

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    I think if you bought it late 2017 and it was a newly released model then they may classify it as a 2018.

    Just like the new R1250GS is classified as a 2019 but will start selling Next month

    I may be wrong, but that is what it looks like to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sephem View Post
    I think if you bought it late 2017 and it was a newly released model then they may classify it as a 2018.

    Just like the new R1250GS is classified as a 2019 but will start selling Next month

    I may be wrong, but that is what it looks like to me.
    I think you are right, I was about to post the same, the GSA Rallye is classed, IMHO, an MY18 bike (similar to my new car which I pick up next week is classed as an MY19). It may be best to speak to Bennetts to clarify this.
    When you put your reg. No. in does it not come up as a GSA Rallye? it should do if that's what is says on the V5.

    Bob

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