The Edmonton Police saw someone with the bike and suspected it was stolen. They ran the serial number on Bike Index and saw that it was stolen. translated from EnglishTina Bike recovered 2020.6.2
Edmonton Police Services found my bike and tracked it to me through the Bike Index! translated from EnglishMathieu Bike recovered 2020.6.1
Someone saw the Bike Index alert! They'd posted about it on Next Door and when nobody responded, they did some research and found Bike Index. I am so glad we went to the trouble of registering our child's bike as well as the adult bikes in the household. Our son is thrilled. Thank you!! translated from EnglishChristine Bike recovered 2020.6.1
A wonderful man saw the bike with a neighbor and knew it wasn't hers. He checked on Bike Index, saw it was stolen, and called me. He even delivered the bike to me in Queen Anne. Amazing. I am so happy. translated from EnglishJonathan Bike recovered 2020.5.30
I received a tip from a Bike Index user who spotted it with some people working on a bunch of bikes along the street. I contacted the police who assisted in recovering it. I was not expecting to see this bike again, which I'd owned and loved for 10 years. Registry and community sometimes work out! translated from EnglishBrian Bike recovered 2020.5.27
But How Does it work?
Register Your Bike
It's simple. Submit your name, bike manufacturer, serial number, and component information to enter your bike into the most widely used bike registry on the planet.
Alert the Community
If your bike goes missing, mark it as lost or stolen to notify the entire Bike Index community and its partners.
The community responds
A user or partner encounters your bike, uses Bike Index to identify it, and contacts you.
You Get your Bike Back
With the help of the Bike Index community and its partners, you have the information necessary to recover your lost or stolen bike at no cost to you. It's what we do.