Thank you for participating in the North Vancouver RCMP "Get Your Bike Back" initiative.
Please note this bike registration is for North Vancouver residents only. (And for those people from other jurisdictions who work in North Vancouver and bike to work only)
Your information will allow us to contact you in the event that we recover or otherwise come across your bike; BUT, remember to contact the North Vancouver RCMP at 604-985-1311 if your bike is stolen.
To register your bike, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including the following information:
- Date of Birth (or approximate age):
- Phone Number:
- Email Address:
- Serial Number:
- Make & Model:
- Type (Mountain, Road, BMX etc.):
- Additional Descriptors/Accessories:
- A photograph of your bike
Once you have provided your details, hit
send to complete your registration.
Please ensure you keep your proof of purchase and notify any new owners that your bike is registered in this program. This initiative will also hold accountable those who have stolen your bike if/when they are stopped and checked by the police.
Your participation in this program will help us help you get your bike back. We will contact you further if we require any additional information.
**If you have previously provided this information, there is no need to send us a second email.**
Keep pedalling and stay safe!
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All North Vancouver apartment building, condo or high rise facility managers are encouraged to contact the North Vancouver Get Your Bike Back program requesting signage for their bike storage units and assistance in registering their bikes.
Question: Can I register my bike even if it's already been reported stolen to police?
Unfortunately we cannot add your bike to the bike program as it has already been reported as stolen.
Fortunately, the bike information including the serial number will be listed on our system as stolen in the event someone is checked while riding it. If you are unsure if you provided all the relevant information to the Officer, please contact our office at 604-985-1311 to confirm your files accuracy.
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