Got a new bike for Christmas?
Merseyside Police are holding a FREE bike registration and marking event on Sunday 2nd January 2022 at Burbo Bank near to the Coastguard station between 10:30am and 3:30pm.
Please go along, there is no booking required
Please make sure your bike is as clean as possible to enable the stickers to stick.
Remember its completely FREE and a good deterrent from any thieves!
How does Bike Register work?
1 - Register your bike
Add your bike details to National Police-approved database for free at the bike marking event held by the local Police
2 - Mark & protect
Mark & Protect your bike with a security marking kit
3 - Apply warning label
Reduce your risk of theft by warning thieves that you use BikeRegister
Testimonials from Bike Register:
"Within 2 days of having my bike stolen, I saw it on an online ad site. Police joined me when I met the seller, and thanks to BikeRegister I was able to prove it was mine." - Greg
"My bike was stolen when someone cut my cable lock. I notified the Police of the BikeRegister & frame numbers, and within 2 days they had returned it to me. I couldn’t believe it." - Anil
"BikeRegister is a fantastic and simple idea, and I would recommend it to any bike owner. Had I not registered mine, it would never have been returned to me." - Kit
"When my bike was stolen I never thought I'd see it again, so I was so happy when I got it back. If it hadn't been registered, the Police would not have been able to return it." - Sarah
"My bike was stolen from my garage. Because my BikeRegister & frame IDs were listed on my online account, I was able to prove it was mine when I saw it on eBay 2 months later." - James