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What's the name of the emergency air lift organization that will provide transportation of your bike and you self in the event of an accident when away from your home location?
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What's the name of the emergency air lift organization that will provide transportation of your bike and you self in the event of an accident when away from your home location?

Honda club has a airlift program...but think its just for the rider.....
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Jack Daniels has a program I've used.Didn't get me home but I didn't give a shit.
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Don't see anywhere on their site where they will transport your bike in event of an accident..or am I missing something??
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Med Jet express, and if you are a MOA member, you can sign up for a discount on the cost of the service.

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I don't think you missed anything as their website is not very helpful. I called them given the lack of information on the website. Even the person at MedjetAssist could not find the rider plan.

They verified the Motorcycle Rider Plan does provide for return of the motorcycle (in Canada, US. etc.) within certain limits.

The BMWMOA link provides a description of the plan coverage.

Here is the link: http://www.bmwmoa.org/membership/medjet.htm. I think you have to select enrollment in "regular" membership and look for the BMWMOA letters. I do not know how non-members of BMWMOA participate. Call MedjetAssist I guess.


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Don't see anywhere on their site where they will transport your bike in event of an accident..or am I missing something??

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