mtb101 wrote:would he still be covered by event insurance if he's riding under someone else's name? no point having entry if you don' have that cover.
yes of course - it's good value etc, my point was if you are registered/entered as 'someone else' in their system and you came off would you have the same cover and liablity, protection etc as the entrant who is in the system.?sunnyboy wrote:Euan's pretty much summed up the reason's why I don't wanna ghost ride
and i figure if BV's gonna go to all this effort the least I can do is give 'em some coin
Weeeeeee wrote:if you've got the tags/numbers etc...it'll get you fed, ferried and watered...as for insurance, well...despite the fact that the insurance has technically already been paid for...I'm pretty sure any other person riding their bike on that day who suffers some form of mishap would still get medical treatment etc as normal if ambos are required...if they have BV membership, their membership has insurance built in...if you are registered as a paying rider of the ATB and something happens to your bike...then that is also covered by insurance via your BV membership...otherwise, if you have private insurance on your bike, then that covers your bike...it's all about the insurance isn't it.
gfinkelde wrote: I had witnesses who could say what had happened, but didnt get the details of the other bloke - therefore no luck
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