Protect Your Bike and Today’s Ride in Portsmouth and Tiverton, RI

If your bike is stolen and you don’t know the serial number, it could be difficult to claim your bike if found. It’s not uncommon for you to have to bid on it at the police auction if you don’t have proof of ownership. There are two really good resources to help recover a stolen bike.  The catch is that we have to get people to join the community because is no one knows there is a stolen bike in town, no one can report it.  So pass on the two following resources to your bike community.  There is only one feeling worse than having your bike stolen and that is when none of those who can help recover it, know it’s stolen.

Project 529

Website and app that lets you build a (hidden) profile for your bike(s) and record serial numbers, photos and identifying characteristics. If it is ever stolen you can alert other users immediately, and you can browse local stolen bikes in case you hapen to spot one.                                                        Project 529.com

Bike Index

A national registry with more than 45.000 serial numbers recorded that helps users, bike shops and law enforcemtne find owners of recovered bikes. It’s open API can be integrated with the inventory software used by ike shops to automatically register bikes as they’re sold.                                                                                                                                                                                      bikeindex.org

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Now that your bike is safe, make it look nice with this quick 5 minute cleaning technique.

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As always, click any photo for big. Click again for bigger.

Here are a few photos from today’s ride in Portsmouth and Tiverton, RI

Tiverton Boat Dock

Tiverton Boat Dock

Fishing the Taunton River

Fishing the Taunton River

Cemetery dating to mid 18th century

Cemetery dating to mid 18th century

View of Sakonnet River

View of Sakonnet River

The old and new Sakonett River Bridge

The old and new Sakonett River Bridge

Till next time Healthy Day

Till next time
Healthy Day

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