Register your bicycle with the police.
Protect Your Bike
Use a good-quality locking device such as a hardened steel "U" shaped lock, or a hardened steel chain and padlock.Lock your bicycle and both wheels to an immovable object which cannot be easily cut or broken.
Weak, inexpensive locks will not deter a proficient thief. It is pointless to save money by using a cheaply made lock, only to lose an expensive bicycle.
To prevent loss, accessories such as lights and bags, etc... should be detached and taken with you when the bicycle is left unattended.
Identification of your bicycle
Manufacturers mark most bicycles with a serial number. If yours does not have a serial number, engrave an identifying number on the frame. You may wish to put the same number on the wheels and other components.
Register your bicycle
Registering your bicycle will greatly assist in its recovery if stolen.
email information to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also drop it off or mail it to the Town office.