Had your bicycle stolen? Think you know where it is? The police can do nothing without evidence that it's your bike and the best evidence is the frame number; when you buy a new bike, write down the frame number and keep it somewhere safe or register your bike with Immobilise.
Find the frame number on:
- Seat mast
- Rear stay bars
- Upper cross bar
- Rear forks
- Lower cross bar
- Hanger bracket near sprocket
Register your bicycle on Immobolise
Immobilise is a FREE register of ownership details for personal (and business) possessions and together with the Police's NMPR and CheckMEND sites, forms a very effective tool in helping to reduce crime and get recovered personal property back to its owner.
Bicycle registration on Immobilise only takes a couple of minutes. All you need is your bike's make, model, identifying number code(s) and a few photographs.
- Go to the Immobolise website.
Keep your bicycle safe
Get free advice for keeping your bike safe:
Your bicycle may been removed, not stolen
If you leave your bike for a significant length of time, particularly if it isn’t locked to a cycle rack, it may be considered abandoned and removed by our City Rangers - it may also be removed if it's causing an obstruction.
- Find out more on our report or claim a missing bike page.
- 01223 458504