Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Buena Vista, Co.
First, keep in mind companies and their rates vary greatly from region to region. What is the best in one area may or may not be the best in another. Also, different companies like different risks ie; age groups, touring bikes versus smaller models etc.
That being said, my wife has been in insurance for 20 years now, and the best she could find for our bikes is and has been Dairyland.
There is some credence to what TDKKart said, typically carriers will offer discounts for continued renewal of your current policy making it cheaper to a certain degree over time.
2005 FLTR - 97" S&S Big Bore, Hillside Cycle Stage II Heads & Throttle Body Upgrades, S&S Rollers, Fueling Pump & Lifters, 570G Gear Drive, TTS, CFR's, Klock Werks Double Back, 104hp/106ftlbs. CB's Euro, PM Light Glide LED Kit, RC CZar Wheels