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By PCSO Ryan Reid - 19th February 2017 6:00am
I will be at the Delamere Forest Park Visitor Centre for Bike Marking between
10am — 4pm on Sunday, 19th February, 2017. We will be registering bikes with the Bike Register, and give the bike a unique identification number
How it Works
Once you register with BikeRegister, you will enjoy a number of benefits which mean your bike will be a less attractive target for thieves, and if stolen and recovered by the Police, your bike can easily be returned to you.
Firstly, your details are held on the secure online database, which all UK Police Forces have secure access to. If your bike is stolen you can 'flag' it as stolen on the database, via your online account.
BikeRegister also provides protection for buyers and sellers of second-hand bikes. The ownership document (downloadable via your account) is your Log Book and provides proof of ownership for any potential buyer.
Registering your bike does not cost anything and gives you the following benefits:
Lifetime registration on the BikeRegister database
A registration LOG BOOK, to be used as proof of ownership
Secure online access to your account
For more information see
Blacon Police Station,
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