About Stolen Ride

A cycling community focused on locating London based stolen bikes


Stolen Ride is a community led service. Please help by retweeting the stolen bikes we post and keeping an eye out.


Twitter based. If your bike has been stolen, tweet us the bike details, location in London and if possible a photo.


A London only service. The community includes over 10,000, industry influencers, shops and brands.


Here's some good news for a Friday...A cyclist who had his bike stolen in Islington has been reunited with it in...

Posted by BBC London onFriday, 13 February 2015


We believe in speed. No need to waste time registering on our website, the service is simple! If you need to add information or photos, simply reply to the original tweet.


Stolen Ride has been widely acclaimed from day one and has featured in a number of national publications, including The Times, Evening Standard, Cycling Weekly and RoadCC. The community is successful at locating bikes and creating awareness of the issue of bike theft in London.

If you are victim of bicycle theft in the capital, please tweet us the bike details (with a photo if possible) and location in London. The community will then RT the bike and look out for it on the streets of London and marketplaces, including online. If the bike is located you will receive a tweet. Please then follow the conversation on in DM and let us know the result.

The service was started after feeling the pain of having a bike stolen, we understand and care.

This year the Stolen Ride service will be expanding into cycle theft prevention, follow us to keep up with the SR news.

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*Please note that we do not RT posts that link to websites, mention different Twitter handles within the tweet or that we suspect to be spam. We also only RT bikes that belong to you. We want the owner to tweet us so that the community has a fast line of contact.

Mini Disclaimer: All posts displayed on this website have been submitted by independent contributors and resources. Due to the nature of the website, the owner (Stolen Ride Ltd), developers and partners of stolenride.co.uk hold no personal responsibility for the accuracy or legality of any information published, including guest blogs. The owner is also not liable for the third party/ external websites that the information is aggregated from, or links, errors, losses, damages or injuries arising from displaying the information. All listings and data are for informational purposes only. In the event of encountering a bike theft or locating a stolen bike, never put yourself at risk and always contact your local police force.

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