Identifying Your Bike in Case of Theft

To identify your bike in the event of a theft, put a picture of it along with your name/address in either the handle bars or where the seat post goes. When it is found you have perfect identification.

By Fred from Michigan

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Identifying Your Bike in Case of Theft

Better yet scratch or engrave a mark or name in a place on the bike where only you would think to find it. (06/27/2008)

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By DEBRADJ.

Identifying Your Bike in Case of Theft

The police recommend you engrave an identifiable number on the inside of the rim, maybe more than one location since bicycles are often stripped and used as parts on other bikes. Take a picture of this and keep for your records. I really don't think it is a good idea to put your child's or owner's name and address on a piece of paper and put it inside the handle bars. This may give the wrong person access to your child's name and address making it easier to approach the child. (06/27/2008)

By Linda Smith

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