AusCycling club insurance solutions

Learn more about the insurance cover available for affiliated clubs through the AusCycling National Insurance Program.

Public and products liability insurance solutions

This insurance can help protect clubs against the financial risk of being found liable to a third party for death or injury, loss of or damage to property or ‘pure economic’ loss resulting from your club’s negligence.

Personal accident insurance solutions

This insurance is designed to help offer some peace of mind to members, participants, volunteers etc. of your club by having protection for costs related to an injury sustained whilst involved in activities sanctioned by AusCycling.

Professional indemnity insurance solutions

This insurance can help protect clubs against allegations of incorrect advice, breach of professional duty or negligence from a third party. 

 

Management liability insurance solutions

This insurance can help cover a range of financial risks for your club’s directors and officers which arise out of the management of your club and can cover some of the costs associated with an employee stealing funds from the club.

National Insurance Program

What’s covered

Scope of cover

This policy provides cover for affiliated clubs, including staff, volunteers and officials that are held liable for a negligent act that results in property damage or bodily injury anywhere in the world.

 

Insurer

Chase Underwriting via certain underwriters at Lloyds of London.

Limit of liability

The cover provided is up to a maximum of $20,000,000.

Excess

There is a $1,000 policy excess. The defending party is responsible for the payment of the excess and will not be paid by AusCycling unless otherwise agreed.

Scope of cover

 

The scope of cover varies according to membership level. 

Policy benefits are available to all registered members, volunteers and officials for any injury occurring during bike riding and voluntary trail building activities, 24 hours a day. 

 

Insurer

360 Accident & Health Pty Ltd.

 

 

Non-Medicare medical benefits

Reimbursement up to 85% of Non-Medicare medical costs, up to a maximum of $7,500 per injury.

Excess

$75 excess applies to each injury. Nil excess applies if you claim on a private health fund.

Death and permanent injuries

The maximum benefit payable is $100,000.

 

Loss of income

85% of your income up to a maximum of $500 per week (whichever is the lesser).

 

Excess

There is no benefit claimable for the first 28 days that you are away from work as a result of injury.

 

Scope of cover

This policy provides indemnity to clubs in the event they are held liable for an error or for providing incorrect advice which results in injury or property  damage to a third party.

Limit of liability

The cover provided is up to a maximum of $20,000,000.

Excess

There is a $1,000 excess for all claims. The defending party is responsible for the payment of the excess and will not be paid by AusCycling unless otherwise agreed.

Scope of cover

This policy is designed to protect clubs and their directors and officers for honest mistakes made by directors and officers involved in the management of club affairs. 

Insurer

Nova Underwriting Pty Ltd.

Who is covered?

Directors and officers of AusCycling, all state and territory associations and all affiliated associations and clubs.

Limit of liability

The cover provided is up to a maximum of $5,000,000. Certain sub-limits also apply, notably $1,000,000 in respect to any employment practices liability cover.

Excess

There is a $20,000 policy excess. The defending party is responsible for the payment of the excess.

Need travel insurance?

Travel insurance that is specifically designed for international training and events is available for qualifying members. Please contact Marsh for further details.

Frequently asked questions

This insurance cover applies when members and other insured persons/entities are involved in activities that are sanctioned by AusCycling. These

activities include races, organised training (including individual training), meetings, fundraising activities, voluntary trail building and social rides and travel to and from these activities.

Generally, the following expenses are not covered under the personal accident policy:

  • Doctor’s fees

  • Anaesthetist’s fees

  • Surgeon’s fees 

  • X-rays

The medical benefits schedule (MBS) lists all treatments and associated rebates relating to Medicare.

You can access the MBS at any time by Medicare’s website. Items commonly used by sports participants that are Medicare listed can include general practitioners, surgeons and an anaesthetists.

a) Bicycles and associated equipment

b) Property (e.g. personal and club property)

Non-Medicare expenses which are incurred within 12 months of the bodily injury are able to be claimed. In cases where there is no Medicare component to the Ambulance expense, this expense incurred within the scope of cover is able to be reimbursed at 85% up to $7,500 per claim.

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Marsh Advantage Insurance Pty Ltd (ABN 31 081 358 303, AFSL 238369) (“MAI”) arranges the general insurance (i.e. not the Discretionary Trust Arrangement) and is not the insurer.

This page contains general information and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. For full details of the terms, conditions and limitations of the covers, refer to the specific policy wordings and/or Product Disclosure Statements available from MAI on request. MAI makes no representation or warranty concerning the application of policy wordings or the financial condition or solvency of insurers or re-insurers. MAI makes no assurances regarding the availability, cost, or terms of insurance coverage. Any statements concerning actuarial, tax, accounting, or legal matters are based solely on our experience as insurance brokers and risk consultants and are not to be relied upon as actuarial, accounting, tax, or legal advice, for which you should consult your own professional advisors. Insurance is arranged on a group basis for all AusCycling insured persons/entities and does not take into account each individuals particular circumstances. AusCycling is not, and does not represent itself as licensed insurance broker by endorsing the products outlined on this webpage.

The insurer for the Personal Accident program is 360 Accident & Health Pty Ltd (ABN 25 623 247 978) who is an authorised representative (AR 1262596) of 360 Underwriting Solutions Pty Ltd (ABN 18 120 261 270, AFSL 319181). The Public Liability insurer is Chase Underwriting Pty Ltd (ABN 50 156 554 808, AFSL 454344) via certain underwriters at Lloyd's of London.

The Discretionary Trust Arrangement is issued by the Trustee, JLT Group Services Pty Ltd (ABN 26 004 485 214, AFSL 417964) (“JGS”). Any advice or dealing in relation to the Discretionary Trust Arrangement is provided by JLT Risk Solutions Pty Ltd (ABN 69 009 098 864, AFSL 226 827) (“JLT”). JGS and JLT are businesses of Marsh McLennan. The cover provided by the Discretionary Trust Arrangement is subject to the Trustee’s discretion and/or the relevant policy terms, conditions and exclusions.

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