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Since 1984, the National Bike Registry has been helping police identify stolen bikes in our national database. We are currently working with over 3500 bicycle retailers, leading manufacturers, and law enforcement to provide a truly effective, nationwide bike and scooter registration database, returning lost and stolen property to their rightful owners.

NBR provides non-profit and community clubs:

  • Informational Brochures
  • Links to NBR to be placed on your web site
  • Links to your web site on NBR's web site
  • Customer Service online or at 800-848-BIKE

Your school, club, library, or non-profit organization can provide a service that most bike owners welcome and law enforcement supports.

We enter the owner information and bicycle serial number on our secure national database, process fees, and mail your customer a Certificate of Registration and a specially engineered label.

NBR offers three types of registrations: 10-year individual bike registration for $10, 30-year (transferable) for $25, which is valid on a new bike when the old one is replaced, and the Family Registration that covers up to 5 bikes at one address for 10 years for $25.

NBR uses the latest label and database technology to help police return stolen bikes to their rightful owners, help bicycle owners protect their investment, and help reduce bicycle theft.

JOIN THE NATIONAL BIKE REGISTRY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM and provide a worthwhile service to your community.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Go to Free Printed Materials
or call us at 800-848-BIKE

 
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