Half Eaten Ride is a community led spotlight on London ‘bike-stripping’. Help show everyone the size of the problem in London.
The London cycle parking map. An extra optional layer has been added to the map so you can see police reported stolen bike locations near the cycle parking.
How many bikes are stolen in London? Our map contains bicycle thefts reported to the Metropolitan Police Service, City of London Police and British Transport Police.
Stolen Ride announces its new partnership with Hexlox. The collaboration aims to grow awareness and help to tackle the issue of ‘bike-stripping’ in London.
Encouraging cycling to work and providing quality cycle parking facilities go hand in hand.
The cycling community is at the heart of Stolen Ride, so we want to give cyclists the opportunity to point out where they think cycle parking is required.
We asked 10 London bike shops to tell us what they think community action can do to tackle bicycle theft. Shops including Seabass Cycles and Hackney Peddler.
“The government and police can take bike theft more seriously. I think they’re doing better with the bike marking, but that’s not necessarily prevention…”
Are stolen bikes ever recovered? We share one @StolenRide success story, full interview with the bike theft victim and the hero who located the stolen bike.