From Hogs to Big Dogs, Safeco Motorcycle insurance has protected riders
and their motorcycles for a decade. The first policy was issued on Jan. 31, 2003,
in Colorado. Safeco agent John Seeley of Richards, Seeley and Schaffer wrote it for himself
and it’s still on the books today!

1948 Indian
Seeley grew up in a motorcycle family (those are his very cool parents pictured in 1948) and he’s been an enthusiast since he got his first Honda in 1965. Today, Seeley rides a 1997 Harley and understands how motorcycle riders and bikes have changed.

“Bikes today are fashioned for a mature rider,” says Seeley.
“Mature riders want the same kind of quality coverage they have for their autos.
Safeco has kept up with these riders by providing better coverage like safety
apparel and replacement custom parts.”

1997 Harley Davidson
As an agent and a rider, Seeley recognizes the value of comprehensive
motorcycle coverage and believes Safeco has the best. Bob Enna, Safeco’s director
of specialty products, says John’s policy is a testament to the quality of the

“Safeco has made several great improvements since that
first policy was written,” says Enna. “We upgraded from our original quoting platform
to Quote & Issue™ which is quick, easy and intuitive. We went from a
generic countrywide contract to state-specific contracts that include
enhancements like adding Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts into the settlement process. We continue to
work hard to maintain a superior product that we can offer at competitive

What John Seeley knows about Safeco
Motorcycle (and you should too)

  • Safeco provides $1,000 in safety apparel
    coverage per rider with no additional charge and without a deductible – this
    even applies to liability only policies; something no other carrier provides! 
  • New Harleys are eligible for an automatic two
    year replacement cost provision.
  • Our optional custom parts coverage pays for
    the first $3,000 in replacement parts. 
  • Cruisers,
    choppers, ATVs, golf carts and even snowmobiles: We have them covered, and with
    over 100,000 motorcycle policies in force, we’re not slowing down.