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Bike security cranks up a gear

With National Ride2Work Day being held on 19 October, it’s an opportune time for SA Police to highlight the ‘Bike Passport’ and accompanying flyer ‘Don’t Lose It Lock It’.

The Bike Passport provides tips to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of bike theft. You can record details of your bike on the Passport, and even attach a photo. Completing the Bike Passport will assist police in identifying and returning your bike if it is ever stolen.

The ‘Don’t Lose It Lock It’ flyer provides crime prevention tips and locking instructions to stop you from becoming a victim of bike theft.

Click these links to download your copy of the Bike Passport and ‘Don’t Lose It Lock It’ flyer! They are also available from your local police station or by visiting our 'Safety and security tips' page (under the 'Home and vehicle security' tab), where you can find a wide range of helpful safety and security advice.

For more information regarding National Ride2Work Day visit the Bicycle Network website.

Happy riding!

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