What to know. Includes insight from Mark Cleland, Superintendent at British Transport Police. Covering CCTV and contacting suspected bike thieves.
In recent years, e-bikes have been steadily growing in popularity within the UK, and this trend is expected to continue as lifestyle changes ushered in by the Covid-19 pandemic become more permanent.
Sylvia Gauthereau explains ‘the good, bad and ugly’ side of London cargo bike riding in the following in-depth interview with Stolen Ride.
A Freedom of Information request, by Stolen Ride, reveals that the Metropolitan Police Service recovered over 800 bikes in 2020.
With the cost of bicycle insurance often outstripping that of cars, we look at why bikes can be so expensive to insure.
Recent data from Transport for London shows cycling levels soared in the capital last year.
Over 250 London cyclists took part in a flash 24 hour cycle parking survey. The results paint a powerful picture.
NHS workers who cycle to work have been let down by poor facilities. It’s time now to reflect and build for the future.
The new law will cover all new bikes from 1st January 2021 and used bikes sold from 1st July 2021.
One major win was after a police bait bike was stolen, which led them to an address in Tower Hamlets where they recovered 60 suspected stolen bikes.
The Met Police have just had two of the worst months for reported bicycle thefts in the last 10 years. A huge spike was seen in August and September.
Track & trace bicycle insurance by the ANWB, The Dutch Touring Club, has located six out of ten stolen bikes since 2018 using GPS trackers.