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  1. Q&A With Geraint Thomas

    It’s time we’ll hand over to @GeraintThomas86 remember to tweet your questions to @PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT

     

    1. @GeraintThomas86 @PYB_Bike Hi Geraint, How does the training for TdF goes? I think I saw you today on the way up to Castilion in France??

    1. @selindhj yes that was me up there. Training has been going well thanks. I feel recovered from Tour de Swiss and looking forward to racing

     

    2. @PYB_Bike do you anticipate becoming the next GC rider for team sky? And if so when do you anticipate challenging for the tdf #askGeraintT

    2. @RichardHudson91 it’s something I’d love to do. Will have to see how the next year or so goes. I’m targeting the week long races for now

     

    3. @PYB_Bike #askGeraintT what do you miss about Wales when you are away??

    3.@Minspie73 Welshcakes! My mates and the roads are also nice to ride your bike!

     

    4. @PYB_Bike Why is bike racing & touring yet to be a popular sport in Asia? Too many challenges in the market? #askGeraintT #IBlameFootball

    4. @the_roaming_jo I’ve no idea, but it’s growing all the time, hopefully it won’t be too long until it’s big in Asia also

     

    5.@PYB_Bike #askgeriantT did you watch any of Glastonbury? If so who was your favourite act?

    5.@mlloyd29 no I didn’t as I wasn’t in the uk. I liked it when Jay Z headlined a few years ago though :)

     

    6.@PYB_Bike this is your 6th #TDF, still get jittery before the Grand Départ? How do you cope with that nerve-racking 1st week? #askgeraintt

    6.@EvaMarisa yes you still get nervous but its more excitement! You just have to attack the 1st week and not fear it

     

    7. @PYB_Bike #askgeraintT what’s your favourite past time when your not training/racing?? :)

    7.@howsey27 anything that doesn’t involve much effort! DVDs, going out for food etc

     

    8. @PYB_bike what’s your favourite place to go ride when you get the chance? #AskGeraintT

    8.@mitch792 Italy is great for riding your bike! It has everything, good weather, terrain and coffee

     

    9.@PYB_bike what kind of diet are you on whilst training? #AskGeraintT

    9. @mitch792 we just don’t eat a lot basically. Loads of fruit, veg and fish

     

    10. @PYB_Bike Given your form this year do you see yourself winning a stage or are you going to remain a domestique for entire TDF? #askGeraintT

    10. @BenLarwood1 my job is to help Froomey, so it’s all for him. If there is an opportunity though I’d love to take it

     

    11. @PYB_Bike if you could spend a day in a sprinters shoes in a GT, who would it be and who would you pick as your leadout man? #askgeraintT

    11. @EvaMarisa Cav as I’d have a great chance of winning. Renshaw knows him to a tea so I won’t mess about with a winning formula

     

    12. @GeraintThomas86 @PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT Are there any stages of this yrs Tour that you’re really forward to & why ?

    12. @MaveEvans Paris! It’s always the most enjoyable :)

     

    13. @GeraintThomas86 @PYB_Bike #askGeraintT What is the stage you are going to fear the most? – if you fear any! Have a Brilliant Tour and Go G

    13. @SkyFanJersey the first week is the most stressful for the team, I wouldn’t say I fear it. Any bad day in the mountains is torture

     

    14. @GeraintThomas86 @PYB_Bike #askGeraintT How do you feel few days before the start of your 6th @letour ?

    14. @TeamSkyLove excited and raring to go!

     

    15.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 #AskGeraintT Are you nervous heading into the Tour, especially with the tough first week?

    15.@killianmchale you always have nerves but I can’t wait to get racing now. The first week will be great to watch I’m sure

     

    16.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 will Wales get out of their pool at the rugby World Cup? #AskGeraintT

    16. @IssyRonald99 of course!! We’ll win the thing

     

    17.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 are Sportives a good idea in Wales given the recent actions of a minority opposed to them?

    17.@metanome they are great! Just a shame a few idiots spoil it for everyone

     

    18.@PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT Did you watch the Nationals? Tough race!

    18.@see75 I didn’t as I was on a recon with Froomey and the guys. But followed the final 15km or so on twitter #smashfeshasusual

     

    19.@PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT what is your favourite memory of @MaindyFlyersYCC

    19.@HC214 @MaindyFlyersYCC so many! Our trips away were great!

     

    20.@PYB_Bike what’s your most favourite city in the world? And why? #AskGeraintT

    20.@samueljackharg New York was awesome, but Cape Town has so much to do, great weather and you can take your bike

     

    21. @PYB_Bike @josephryanspeck: I want to go pro continental. What is one thing you would say could help me the most? #AskGeraintT

    21.@josephryanspeck train well but resting is just as important. #planyourrest

     

    22.@PYB_Bike Where is your favourite place to cycle in Wales? #askGeraintT

    22..@Si_Harris_ around Usk is beautiful and quiet

     

    23.@PYB_Bike What’s your favourite food when your not training? #askGeraintT

    23.@Si_Harris_ anything I don’t usually eat, pizzas, burgers, but favourite is lamb Sunday roast #welshlamb

     

    24.@PYB_Bike #askGeraintT what do you recommend to stop saddle sores?

    24.@simon_tempest a good saddle, chamois and chamois cream. That’s about all you can do

     

    25. @PYB_Bike #askGeraintT what’s the best off bike exercise to prepare for hills?

    25.@simon_tempest walk past McDonalds into a salad bar…

     

    26. How does it feel to be one of two Welshmen in this year’s tour? Never happened before!

    26. @see75 it’s great! Me and Luke grew up racing around maindy as 11 year olds, so it’s pretty surreal

     

    27.. @PYB_Bike are you superstitious? Do you have a pre-race routine? #askGeraintT

    27.@David_Beveridge not real superstitious, but I always have a little stretch before a TT. Or pin my numbers on, on the way to the start

     

    28.@PYB_Bike what’s your favourite bike u have ever ridden? #askGeraintT

    28.@Si_Harris_ my  Pinarello F8

     

    29.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 what is your ideal weight going in to a grand tour #AskGeraintT

    29.@jwiltshire5 I’ve been slowly been getting lighter each year, after leaving the track, at the moment I’m around 68/69

     

    30.@PYB_Bike if you could win any race which would it be #AskGeraintT good luck G go smash it

    30.@jwiltshire5 the Tour #everytime

     

    31.@PYB_Bike have you ever made the mistake I just made and got ‘road rash’ from falling down the stairs in your cycling shoes? #AskGeraintT

    31.@Robbie_Crosse no I haven’t, invest in some carpet ;)

     

    32.@PYB_Bike did I see you at Nice airport departures today?! #askgeraintT

    32.@MajComm_Tim yes, I was dropping off @SaraEls90

     

    33.@PYB_Bike you always seem so calm and collected on the bike. What peloton antics can make you loose your temper? @askgeraintT

    33.@EvaMarisa big risk takers that are dangerous!

     

    34.@PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT if I can’t afford a power meter is a heart rate monitor worth training with?

    34.@josephryanspeck yes it’s all good information to have. Saying that I haven’t used one for a few years…

     

    35. @PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT Will you be sharing a room with Luke Rowe? Who has the worst habit?

    35.@see75 I don’t know yet, but the worst habits are roommates that hog the toilet for longer than necessary

     

    36.@GeraintThomas86 @PYB_Bike @letour What is your favorite stage of the TDF 2015??

    36.@marie_cyclo the last! But Alp d’huez will also be amazing, the race could all be down to this climb

     

    37.@PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT is there any shame in riding flats, I can’t master cleets at all, Size 3 feet and skinny ankles. I don’t feel safe.

    37.@belgianhare no shame but proper shoes and cleats, make it a lot easier! Worth mastering. Practice somewhere quiet and maybe on grass :)

     

    38.@PYB_Bike you ever fancy a go at the longest hour #AskGeraintT

    38.@jwiltshire5 it would be great to have a go, but I’d have to commit to it properly like Dowsett and Brad, which I can’t at the moment

     

    39.@PYB_Bike what shall we expect from your new book? I personally can’t wait. Will you be doing signings? #AskGeraintT

    39.@jwiltshire5 yes signings will be announced soon. Can’t wait for it to come out, hope you’ll like it!

     

    40.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 What is the most difficult week of the Tour de France? Why?? ##askGeraintT

    40.@marie_cyclo 1st is most stressful. Last the toughest as you are the most tired. Especially this year with all the mountains

     

    41.@PYB_Bike Where do you keep your favourite jerseys? #AskGeraintT

    41.@see75 I have a drawer in Cardiff full of jerseys I’ve won, world champs etc.

     

    42.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 What will be your main role during the Tour de France??? #askGeraintT

    42.@marie_cyclo hopefully helping Froomey further into mountain stages than before. Also in the first week.

     

    43.@PYB_Bike #AskGeraintT Will you ever get @SaraEls90 back on a tandem?!

    43.@see75 @SaraEls90 I very much doubt it! That’s because I don’t want to go through it again :) #torture

     

    44.@PYB_Bike @GeraintThomas86 Think you finish in the top 10 of the TDF?? It’s your dream?:) Because you are a great cyclist! :) #askGeraintT

    44.@marie_cyclo I doubt it with all the work we will be doing for Froomey. As long as he wins I’m happy!

     

    That’s all we have time for today! Huge thanks to @GeraintThomas86 and on behalf of everyone at #PYB all the best in the tour G #AskGeraintT

     

  2. Bike Week 2015

    All You Need To Know About Bike Week 2015!

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    Family ride during Bike Week

    June is upon us, the nights are getting longer and that get away you’ve eagerly been anticipating is just around the corner! It also means that Bike Week 2015 is here.

    For those unaware, bike week 2015 runs between 13-21st of June and provides a great platform for showcasing how cycling can easily become a daily activity for all and not just the enthusiast. Bike week’s main aim is demonstrate the social, health and environmental benefits cycling can bring and they have helped facilitate the organisation of events all over the UK ranging from simple cycle to work  weeks all the way through to gruelling cycle challenges for those daring enough to really get stuck in. With this in mind we’ve explored some key aspects of every day cycling.

    In need of an extra few pennies?

    Why not cycle to work? Recent studies suggest that the average Briton spends just under £2,500 fuelling their car. With fuel prices once again beginning to rise at a rapid rate this figure is only likely to rise. Fancy cycling to work but don’t have a bike? Many companies are participating in the Government’s cycle to work scheme. The scheme allows employers to loan bikes and cycling equipment to employees as a tax free benefit. It’s worth checking with your manager or HR if the scheme is already in place but if not, the scheme is open to companies of all sizes across both the public and private sector so perhaps it can be raised at your next team meeting.

    The health benefits

    Cycling has many health benefits; Firstly just getting outside provides your body with access too much needed natural sunlight. Sunlight is rich in vitamin D which has been proven to lead to a happier lifestyle. Secondly it’s a well known fact that cycling is great for toning up lower stomach muscles, legs and bums which can only leader to more confidence when pulling on the shorts and swimwear this summer!

    Worried about changing tyres in the cold & wet?

    Puncture proof tyres have really taken off over the last few years. There are many affordable options now on the market which can be picked up from your local bike shop. Baring a full blow out or torn tyre, an investment in a pair of puncture proof tyres might just provide you with the confidence to get up and go cycling.

    A great tip for getting home safely should you suffer a ripped tyre and blow out is to place a piece of card such as a train ticket in between the tyre and inner tube. This provides a bit of extra protection for the vulnerable inner tube and providing care is taken should get you home.

    Get out this weekend

    No matter your age, shape or gender bike week 2015 provides the perfect opportunity to get outside and exercise. Whether it’s just taking the kids out for a ride or entering one of the many challenges and competitions that are running this weekend there is a great variety of choice. Bike Week’s event finder allows you to put in your postcode in order to find out about everything in your local vicinity.

    Get 10% off bike insurance

    In celebration of Bike Week 2015, at Protect your bubble we are offering 10% off bike insurance! Simply quote BIKEWEEK10 at checkout to qualify.

    Feeling Inspired?

    If this has captured your imagine and given you a burning desire to go out and get cycling in the coming weeks but feel there is nothing suitable going on in your area then it’s not too late to set up your own event. It can be anything from a lazy Sunday afternoon ride to a workplace challenge. Bike Week 2015 will provide you with free insurance, publicity and public liability insurance so there really is no excuses!
    Happy Cycling!

  3. It takes two – a Valentines special

    St Valentine’s Day – love it or loathe it, it’s considered one of the most romantic days of the year, and provides people everywhere with a chance to spend some quality time with that special someone. But if you’re stuck for ideas this year – or want to commemorate the day but are bored of the usual flowers-and-chocolates situation – here we provide a few suggestions perfect for pairs.
     

    It takes two to… tango?

     
    Taking dance lessons is a great way to spend your Valentine’s, and what could be more special than learning to tango? As a romantic dance by definition, the moves reflect style, courtship and passion – isn’t that what Valentine’s is all about?
     

    It takes two to… tandem?

     
    What could be more appropriate on this romantic holiday than a ride on a bicycle designed especially for two? While it might take a little while to get the hang of it, the tandem perfectly pairs the enjoyment of cycling with the opportunity to chat while riding together. Tandems come in all shapes and sizes for all different terrains – simply choose your bike, find a suitable cycle route, don your helmets and you’re away.
    If tandems take your fancy this Valentine’s Day, did you know you can them insured through us? Take a look here. It may be worth it if you’re a first-timer!
     

    It takes two to… tea?

     
    As a more relaxed way to celebrate this year, taking high tea and enjoying some quality time with your other half means you can make the most of Valentine’s Day without any of the fuss. High tea is usually taken before about four o’ clock in the afternoon, consisting of light sandwiches, the odd cake and – you guessed it – a cup of tea.
     

    It takes two to… toboggan?

     
    In a slightly less traditional Valentine’s Day spirit, how about spending the day taking up a new activity such as tobogganing? We promise we didn’t add it to the list solely because it begins with T – it’s genuinely fun! There are various winter sports centres dotted around, where you can try your hand at all manner of daring sports. Nothing declares your love like a run down the ski slope… right?!
     
  4. Win a Pinarello bike worth £1,399

    We’re excited to announce the launch of an amazing competition to win a Pinarello Neor 2015 Tiagra 105 bike in black and red, just like the one you see in our TV advert – it’s worth £1,399!

    All you have to do is buy a new bicycle insurance policy, or renew or add another bike to an existing policy, in the three months between February 12th and May 15th 2015 and you’ll be automatically entered into the draw – simple!

    The Pinarello Neor 2015 Tiagra 105 boasts a sleek style and a unique asymmetric frame in hydroformed aluminium, but what really sets this bike apart from the rest of the pack is the carbon rear triangle and front fork. The Neor is the first entry-level bike of its kind to depart from a complete aluminium frame, and comes with the highest performance standards to match.

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    Pinarello is a world-leading manufacturer of handmade bicycles for road, track and cyclo-cross, formed in 1952 by cyclist Giovanni Pinarello. Its longstanding expertise has seen Pinarello bikes carrying professional riders to victory time and time again – Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome, Geraint Thomas and Óscar Pereiro, among countless others.

    It couldn’t be simpler – buy or update your policy between February 12th and May 15th to be in with a chance of winning a world-beating bike!

    Good luck!

    Full competition T&Cs:

    Protect Your Bubble’s Pinarello Bike Giveaway

    1. The draw is open to residents of the U.K excluding employees of the Promoter (or of the Promoter group), their immediate families, agencies of the Promoter (or of the Promoter group) and anyone else professionally connected with this promotion.

    2. Entrants must be 18 years old or over.

    3. The promotion begins at 00.00 on 12th Feb 2015 and closes at 23:59 on 15th May 2015 British Summer Time (BST).

    4. You will be entered if you renew, purchase a new bicycle insurance policy or if you add one or more bikes to an existing personal bicycle insurance policy during the promotional period.

    5. You can also enter without renewing, adjusting or purchasing a policy by sending your full name, address, email address (where applicable) and contact telephone number to: Pinarello Bike Giveaway Prize Draw 2015, Protect Your Bubble, Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN provided such entry is received by Promoter on or before the closing date of 15th May 2015. By submitting such an entry, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and accept these terms and conditions.

    6. Only one entry per person is allowed.

    7. Any policy renewed, adjusted or purchased for entry to this draw must be in force for a minimum of 60 days after the promotional period end date.

    8. Prize is 1x Pinarello Neor 2015 Tiagra/105 Black/Red choice of size 50cm or 54cm and 1 x pair of pedals up to the value of £50 as chosen by the winner. [The Promoter will pay for delivery to the winner but all other costs associated with the prize are payable by the winner.]

    9. The winner will be randomly selected on or around the 16th July 2015 by the Promoter from all the valid entries submitted during the promotional period.

    10. The Promoter will contact the winner by 20th July 2015 using the contact details provided as part of the entry and will provide details to the winner on how to claim the prize. In all matters, the random selection made by the Promoter shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.

    11. The winner is required to respond to the notification of winning within 30 days of receipt in order to claim the prize. Failure to do so will result in the prize being forfeited and another winner will be selected. The prize will not be released until 60 days after the expiry of the renewal, adjustment or purchase as detailed in paragraph 8 above.

    12. The prize is not transferable, cannot be exchanged and has no cash value. It cannot be redeemed by the winner for cash or any other prize.

    13. The Promoter reserves the right to ask for evidence of identity and address of the prize winner.

    14. By entering this promotion, entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.

    15. Losing entries will not receive any notification.

    16. By entering this competition, you understand and agree that the name and county of residence of the prize winner will be available upon request by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope to; Pinarello Bike Giveaway Prize Draw 2015, Protect your bubble, Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN after 7th November 2015

    17. In the event of unforeseen circumstances the Promoter reserves the right to provide alternative prizes of equal or greater value.

    18.By entering this competition, you understand and agree that the winner may be requested to participate in promotional activity and that the Promoter reserves the right to make reference to the name and county of residence of the winner, in any publicity. No compensation shall be awarded for such participation.

    19. By entering into this draw, the entrant consents to the use of their personal data by the Promoter for the purposes of the administration of the draw.

    20. Nothing in these terms shall exclude the liability of the Promoter for death, personal injury, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation as a result of its negligence or any other liability which may not be excluded by law. The Promoter excludes all other liability to the extent permitted by law and in particular without limitation to the foregoing, the Promoter shall not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss nor for loss arising out of matters outside of its control nor for entries lost, delayed or undelivered, nor any liability for technical errors or communication failures in networks and/or internet access.

    21. The Promoter reserves the right at any time to modify, discontinue (temporary or permanently) this draw with or without prior notice due to reasons outside its control (including in the case of anticipated, suspected or actual fraud). The decision of the Promoter in all matters under its control is final and binding.

    22. This promotion and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

    Promoter – Assurant Direct Limited trading as Protect your bubble, whose registered office is Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN and whose registered number is 5399683.

  5. Protect Your Bubble at the London Bike Show 2015

    Are you a cycling sensation? A fan of all things two-wheeled? A mountain-biking mastermind? Then do we have an event for you – come and see us at the London Bike Show next month! The event runs from February 12th to 15th, and we’ll be at stand LB1230, so make sure you stop by!

    We’ll be bringing our pop-up bicycle café along, meaning that anyone who comes to our stand for a bicycle insurance quote can get themselves a free cookie. What’s more, we’ll be offering visitors to our stand an exclusive show discount of 10% off our bike insurance – great!

    You can also chat to our brand ambassador and amateur cyclist Dexter Hurlock at the event. He’ll be joining us to talk about his one of a kind downhill mountain bike and you’ll be able to quiz him on anything to do with bikes – from how to get into cycling to training programs, or even just his favourite type of tyre!

    And if all those weren’t reason enough to stop by, we’ll also be launching our competition to win the Pinarello bike worth £1,399 that features in our TV advert. Anyone that purchases a policy with us between February 12th and May 12th 2015 will be automatically entered. You can find out more about the competition here or stop by our stand to take a look at the prize itself!

    If all this sounds just too good to miss, then why not enter our competition to win free tickets to the show? All you have to do to be entered is head on over to our Twitter page and follow us, @protectyrbubble and retweet one of our competition tweets containing the hashtag #PYBLBS15, here is an example:

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    Good luck, and we hope to see you there!

    FULL T&C’s:

    Win tickets to the London Bike Show 2015

    Terms and Conditions

    1. The draw is open to residents of the U.K excluding employees of the Promoter (or of the Promoter group), their immediate families, agencies of the Promoter (or of the Promoter group) and anyone else professionally connected with this promotion.

    2. Entrants must be 13 years old or over.

    3. The promotion begins at 00.00 on 28th Jan 2015 and closes at 12.00 noon on 9th Feb 2015 British Summer Time (BST).

    4. To enter the promotion, entrants must follow @protectyrbubble and RT one of the competition tweets containing the hashtag #PYBLBS15

    5. Entry is free. Only one entry per person is allowed.

    6. There will be 2 winners. The prize for each winner is two tickets to The London Bike Show 2015 at The Excel London. Ticket can be use on one day 12th, 13th, 14th or 15th of February 2015. All other costs associated with the prize are payable by the winner. At least one attendee per prize must be 18 years or older.

    7. The winner will be randomly selected after 12.00 noon on 9th Feb 2015 by the Promoter from all of the valid entries submitted during the promotional period.

    8. The Promoter will contact the winner on 9th Feb via private message on Twitter. Prize tickets will be emailed to the address provided by the winner within 24 working hours of the winner claiming. In all matters, the random selection made by the Promoter shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.

    9. The winner is required to respond to the notification by 12.00 noon on 10th Feb 2015 in order to claim the prize. Failure to do so will result in the prize being forfeited and another winner will be selected.

    10. The prize is not transferable, cannot be exchanged and has no cash value. It cannot be redeemed by the winner for cash or any other prize.

    11. The Promoter reserves the right to ask for evidence of identity and address of the prize winner.

    12. By entering this promotion, entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.

    13. Losing entries will not receive any notification.

    14. By entering this competition, you understand and agree that the, twitter handle, name and county of residence of the prize winner will be available upon request by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope to; The London Bike Show 2015 Ticket Giveaway, Protect your bubble, Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN after 7th November 2015

    15. In the event of unforeseen circumstances the Promoter reserves the right to provide alternative prizes of equal or greater value.

    16.By entering this competition, you understand and agree that the winner may be requested to participate in promotional activity and that the Promoter reserves the right to make reference to the twitter handle, name and county of residence of the winner, in any publicity. No compensation shall be awarded for such participation.

    17. By entering into this draw, the entrant consents to the use of their personal data by the Promoter for the purposes of the administration of the draw.

    18. Nothing in these terms shall exclude the liability of the Promoter for death, personal injury, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation as a result of its negligence or any other liability which may not be excluded by law. The Promoter excludes all other liability to the extent permitted by law and in particular without limitation to the foregoing, the Promoter shall not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss nor for loss arising out of matters outside of its control nor for entries lost, delayed or undelivered, nor any liability for technical errors or communication failures in networks and/or internet access.

    19. The Promoter reserves the right at any time to modify, discontinue (temporary or permanently) this draw with or without prior notice due to reasons outside its control (including in the case of anticipated, suspected or actual fraud). The decision of the Promoter in all matters under its control is final and binding.

    20. This promotion and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

    Promoter – Assurant Direct Limited trading as Protect your bubble, whose registered office is Assurant House, 6-12 Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1EN and whose registered number is 5399683.

Prices may change. Protect Your Bubble is a trading name of Assurant Direct Limited, a company registered in England and Wales (registration company number 5399683). Assurant Direct Limited is an Appointed Representative of Lifestyle Services Group Limited. Lifestyle Services Group Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 315245. You can check this on the Financial Services Register at http://www.fca.org.uk/ or by calling 0800 111 6768.

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