Source: A neighbor.
By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
I thought this was a terrific idea!
By Monique63 from Somerset, UK
For bike security, put the child's name, address, and phone number in the handle bar of the bike with the rubber handle off. Then put the rubber handles or plastic handles back on. If the bike gets lost or stolen and there's any question as to who it belongs to, all you have to do is pull the hand grips off and get out the paper saying who it does belong to.
By Mary Ann Kieffer from Lawrence, KS
When you get a new bike (or new to you), write your name, address and the bike's serial number on the card. Roll it around a pencil, secure with elastic bands and drop into the frame. (The frame can be reached my removing the seat post.) If the ownership of the bicycle is ever in question, you will have proof that it belongs to you.
If you purchase a new bike for your child, place his/her picture inside the handle bar before placing the grips on. If the bike is stolen and later recovered, remove the grip and there is your proof of who owns the bike.
By Joyce from Hemet, CA
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
By Linda Smith