Community Bike Marking Event
Merseyside Police in partnership with St Helens Council are holding a community bike marking event at Billinge Police Station on Tuesday 30th May 2023.
Keep your bike safe by registering it with the Bike Register. Simply register the bike by adding it to the national database, mark and protect your bike with a security marking kit and apply a warning label to deter theft.
Tuesday 30th May 2023 between 13:30 – 16:00 Merseyside Police in partnership with St Helens Council will be holding a community bike marking event where you can register your bike for free.
The event will be held at Billinge Police Station, Main Street, WN5 7HA.
Officers will mark your bike and register it with the national database, you can bring your new or old cycles. Children must be accompanied by an adult and all you will need to register is an email address.
Registering your bike is free and once imported onto the database will stay there, you will receive a registration logbook to be used as proof of ownership and login details for the bike register to access and manage your online account and details.
Not all bike frames are equipped with a unique reference number so registering your bike and having it marked with Bike Register will supply your bike with its own unique details ensuring if it is stolen it’s easier to identify and recover.
Pop along to the event at Billinge Police Station, if you have any questions get in touch via our contact us page.