ONE OFF PAYMANT OF £300 and you can move this to every bike you ever own.
Service charge of £99 / year. + free membership to the Trac Club ( gives you club offers and discounts )
NEVER LOSE YOUR PRIDE AND JOY.
DONT TRUST THE CHEAP GPS EBAY TRACKERS, yes they will sent you there location but not if the sim has no signal,
or if the GPS cant get a lock. if the bike is moved in a van or locked away you many never see it again.
These Bike track units still transmit a signal via Sim card, GPS and RF so they can be tracked down by the police.
FREE FITTING IF REQUIRED IN MY UNIT DN21
What is Bike Trac?
Bike Trac is an on-board motion detection device that monitors any unusual movement of your bike and, under the right circumstances, will wake up an on-board GPS receiver to check the current location. If your bike moves and you're not on it an SMS text message and / or an email is sent to you. The messages will display the current GPS location of your bike so you can act quickly to recover your pride and joy. It also provides a journey tracking feature allowing you to view detailed information about your 'rides'.
Why choose Bike Trac?
- Discrete tracking device that lets you remotely monitor the unauthorised movements of your pride and joy, in real-time
- Alerts sent to your mobile phone or email indicating actual GPS location, triggered when:
- Device moves outside of a geographical area (geo-fence),
- On-board motion sensors detect movement* In the event you fall off your bike ( over 10mph ) the unit will text a number of your choice giving you location, ( usefull if you ride on your own )
- Provides the ability to view breadcrumb trails of all your journeys, including how many miles you've travelled and your (approximate) speeds
- Secure online web-portal allows remote real-time monitoring of your bike, also providing the user with the ability to customise automated alerts based on user-configurable events
- Easy installation - only requires connection to vehicle battery supply, an earth source and ignition (ignition is optional)
- For short-term use, Bike Trac will last up-to 30 days powered by its internal battery - without connection to a power supply
- Bike Trac can be moved from bike to Bike as and when you sell your bike.
Aprox Product size
66mm x 33mm x 15mm
Subscriptions Charges and Ongoing Costs
BikeTrac's initial cost is £300
On receipt of your unit, register it online and pay subscription.
Subscription to the service is £99/1 year. £180/ 2 years.
There are no other charges for using your unit.
All calls and checks to the unit are included in the annual subscription price.
How it works for real.
When the Key is off >
Tracker sends it location every 4 hrs.
If the bike is moved you will get a text and email telling you.
The unit will then start tracking its locatoin every 60 seconds.
you can then log in on line to view where the bike is LIVE.
Then alert the police and let them revcover the bike.
When the key is on >
Tracker sends is location every 60 seconds.
The tracker records the time, location and speed. ( you can turn off the speed )
When you get home you can view the information on line. ( only you have access to this info )
This is a good if you wish to fit this on your partners/childs bike, you can log on and see the info Live.
Rider Down >
If you fall off or get knocked off the tracker will text and email a pre set number by you.
This nominated person can then call you to check you are ok, also if they have access to your
portal they can log on and see your location.
Great if you ride alone.
Battery Dicconnect Alert >
If the wires get cut, or the battery tampered with you will get a text/email,
Low Battery Alert >
If the bike is not used for a few weeks you will get a text/email stating
the battery is low and may require charging.
When the battery is at a set voltage it will text you, this can be set by you on line when you log in. 11.3v / text alert.
Having used this item myself its geat to think it is there and my pride and joy is protected.
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- Monthley products offers.
- Discounts they wont find on the high streets
- Reduced rates on motorcycle magazines
- Chances to win tickets to bike events
- News and updates before anyone else.
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List of recovered bikes in 2016...
18th April, Yamaha Yzf R125
16th April, Yamaha Yzf R125
6th April, Ducait 899
5th April, Yamaha Yzf R125 ( 4th time this has been stolen and recovered )
26th March, Ducati Diavel
22nd March, Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade
18th March, Vespa + Police swooped in, got it back and found several other stolen bikes
15th March, Yamaha R6
15th March, Yamaha Tmax
14th March, Ducati 1200S
14th March, Yamaha MT125
13th March, Ducati 848
10th March, BMW GS Adventure ( 3rd time this has been stolen and recovered )
10th March, Ymaha YZF R125
10th March, Yamaha R6
16th March, Yamaha R3
5th March, Triumph T100
4th March, Triumph Street Triple.
29th Feb, Vespa GTS300 ( 3rd time this has been stolen and recovered )
24th Feb, Ducati 899
23rd Feb, Yamaha R1
22nd Feb, Triumph Explorer
21st Feb, Ducati Monster + BMW GS1200
19th Feb, Ducati Streetfighter + tracked it moving north and directed Bedfordshire Police to a location.
They swooped in, got it back and found EIGHT other stolen bikes at the same time! a HUGE result.
18th Feb, Yamaha YZF R125
17th Feb, Piaggio Beverley 350.
15th Feb, Honda CBR1000RR
11th Feb, 899 Ducati.
10th Feb, BMW S1000RR.. tracked it in a Van around the M25 and instructed Police to swoop in when it was offloaded at a container yard near Dartford
10th Feb, Triumph Sprint ST.
9th Feb, Suzuki GSXR600
2nd Feb, BMW R1200
1st Feb, KTM Superduke ( with a Police chase )
28th January, ZZR1400 back in 30 mins
27th January, Vespa
26th January, 2x BMW S100RR
13th January, Vespa GTS300
12th January, Yamaha YZF R6
8th January, Yamaha R1
6th January, Triumph Street Triple - stolen in the Hammersmith area and recovered in just 15 minutes!
4th January, Yamaha MT-09 Street Tracker recovered
List of recovered bikes in 2015...
2015 can only be described as one hell of a year at Bike Trac.
They happily reunited over 150 stolen bikes with their owners
22nd December,Last night was the second time in four months that we've recovered the same customer's Yamaha R1
20th December, Two recoveries last night Yamaha YZF-R125 and a Yamaha R6
18th December, Ducati Monster 821
16th December, Suzuki GSX-R750
16th December, R1200GS Adventure.
15th December, One of our customers just had a text alert and thankfully managed to disturb an attempted theft.
15th December, Yamaha MT-07
13th December, Yamaha YZF-R125
12th December, CBR600RR. And another customer disturbed thieves thanks to receiving a text alert also.
11th December, Yamaha R6
7th December, Yamaha R1 Back within 30 minutes too.
30 November. Piaggio 350. Recovered in just 15 minutes earlier this morning -
27 November. Kawasaki ZX-10.
20 November. Ducati 848 Evo.
18 November. R1200GS.
17 November. Piaggio recovered in under 30 minutes!
16 November. Monster 696.
12 November. Kawasaki ZZ-R1400
12 November. CBR600F 08
10 November. Two back Today! 1x BMW and 1x Aprilia R1200RT
5 November. Ducati Streetfighter.
4 November. KTM Duke 690R
3 November. BMW S1000R stolen earlier this evening and recovered in just 30 minutes!
2 November· KTM Duke in 3 MINUTES! The fastest recovery we've ever had at the weekend. The customer received a text notification and disturbed the thief.
30 October· Yamaha XJ900S
28 October· Ducati Streetfighter and at the same time we found another stolen one and a scooter too!
23 October· Ducati Panigale
21 October. YZF-R125
21 October· KTM Duke
12 October. CBR600R and Kawasaki ZX636
6 October· Kawasaki Z1000 - recovered in just 30 minutes
5 October· Vespa GTS300
2 October· YZF125.
30 September· ZX636R, Vespa Super S and BMW R1200GS 3 stolen and 3 recovered,
29 September· Hypermotard 796.
23 September· Ducati 899. Back with its owner in just 20 minutes!
23 September· X Max Scooter
18th, September, CBR1000RR
17th, September, So, just when we thought we were done for the day, we had another recovery last night. R1200GS Adventure and guess where? You got it, South West London...again!
17th, September, Three separate recoveries in one day in the same area might just be a new record! Triumph Street Triple stolen and recovered in SW London
17th, September, GSX-R750 and a Yamaha R1.
16th, September, KTM390
14th, September, A SUPER fast recovery to start the week with a Ducati 899 Panigale in the early hours of this morning in London. Met.police.uk attended the Bike Trac pinpointed location in 9 minutes and recovered the bike just 1 minute later!
12th, September, Kawasaki ZX10
10th, September, Triumph Boni stolen, parked just 100 yards away, then tracked live (with the thief onboard) via Bike Trac with Police to a location four miles away! Now back safely with its owner.
10th, September, Yet ANOTHER YZF-R125 stolen last night. Thankfully now safely back with its owner thanks to the Bike Trac installed
8th, September, Our second recovery of the day! A Yamaha R1 stolen and recovered
8th, September, Triumph 675 recovered
7th, September, Rapidly becoming our most stolen motorcycle. We got another YZF-R125 back last night
3rd, September, Triumph 675
21st August, Sadly becoming one of the most stolen models at the moment. Another Yamaha YZF-R125 recovered this morning
20th August, BMW1200GS
12th August, CBR1000RR recovered in just over one hour last night
6th August, Another Ducati stolen but thankfully recovered via its Bike Trac unit
5th August, One Panigale 1199S safely returned to its owner last night.
4th August, Monster 1100
3rd August, We're pleased to report the safe recovery of a Vespa GTS300 at the weekend
30th July, Yamaha R1 08.
20th July, A KTM 690 Duke stolen in East London at 4am this morning - safely recovered before 5am!
16th July, A BIG day of recoveries. Not long after we reported the Triumph this morning, we had confirmation that two more bikes had been recovered in separate incidents.THEN...we had news that a stolen van with our fleet tracker on had led police to a breaker's yard where more stolen bikes were found! RESULT!
16th July, Another Street Triple safely recovered back in under two hours last night!
14th July, Yamaha R6 back in under two hours last night!
10th July, KTM390 Found less than a mile away?
8th July, Yamaha R6 back in under two hours last night!
7th July, We're pleased to report the safe recovery of a Triumph Street Triple RX! Stolen in Essex and found hidden away not far from where it was stolen.
26th June, Yamaha R6 stolen and back with its owner in under one hour!
23rd June, Another day, another arrest made off the back of another recovery! A BMW R1200GS stolen and recovered in a stolen van with police making the arrest
22nd June, Ducati Panigale stolen in the west end of London at the weekend was recovered in the east end...along with the recovery of several other bikes and THREE arrests made! RESULT!
17th June, Triumph Street Triple.
15th June, Yamaha R1
15th June, Vespa GTS300 Under 1 hour
13th June, Peugeot Speedfight3
6h June, Yamaha R1 in less then a hour
1st June, Yamaha R125
29th May, Ducati Multistrada
28th may, Ducati Diavel Carbon
27th May, BMW C600 Sport
27th May, FOUR scooters owned by a well-known food chain, stolen in Bristol and recovered in three separate locations thanks to the Bike Trac units fitted
25th May, KTM Super Duke
25th May, KTM 690 Enduro
18th May, Honda CBR600RR recovered from Reigate this morning
18th May, BMW S1000RR stolen in the Reading
15th May, Yamaha YZF-R125
12th May, Ducati 899 was recovered in a lock-up just four miles away from the owner's address.
9th May, BMW R1200GS
29th April, BMW Nine-T
28th April, Suzuki GSXR600
25th April, Another BMW GS recovered
24th April, We got a Monster and Dorsoduro back in separate recoveries
22nd April, yamaha R6
20th April, Yamaha R1 and an BMW R1200GS
16th April, recovered a Moto Guzzi Stelvio within 30 minutes of it being reported stolen
16th April, BMW C 650 and (another) Yamaha YZF-R125
10th April, Yamaha YZF-125
8th April, BMW S1000RR ( brand new )
7th April, Yamaha YZF125
2nd April, BMW R1200GS Adventure just recovered. Stolen last Friday. First went to London, but we couldn't get access, then moved to Essex. Police found two more stolen bikes there as well... and have made an arrest
31st march. Ducati 1198, Recovered this and a handful of others too!
25th March, Vespa
24th march, Yamaha WR125X
23th March, Vespa 300
23rd march, Yamaha MT07 and YZF R125
21st March, Ducati Evo stolen on the south coast with the keys, ridden 93 miles to West London - Helicopter used to spot as well as patrol vehicles. Recovered 15 mins after being parked up!
20th march, Aprilia RS4 125
16th March, Yamaha R6
9th March, Triumph Street Triple R
6th March, BMW GS in 20 mins
5th March, BMW R1200 in 27 mins
2nd March, BMW R1200GS Triple Black back in 21 minutes
27th feb, Ducati 899 recovery in 20 mins.
26th Feb, Triumph Tiger, stolen and recovered in Leicester
20th Feb, KTM Duke 125. Recovered just 15 minutes after the alert.
19th Feb, Ducati multistrada, Theft confirmed at 10am - by 10.45am it was back with its owner!
16th Feb, Yamaha R6 recovered in under one hour!
13th Feb, YZF125
11th Feb, Z1000SX, 2 hour recovery on this one.
8th Feb, GSXR1000
3rd Feb. Ducati 1098, owner is even able to ride it home
2nd Feb. KTM Duke 125 today. Stolen and ignition falsified
29th Jan. A BMW K1600GT stolen at 2am and recovered before dawn!
23Rd Jan. CBR600, recovered within two hours.
21st Jan, Yamaha R125, a good example of the lengths thieves will go to - Disc Lock cut-off, chain cut through, ignition barrel removed...but we got it back.
17th Jan, A Ducati Hypermotard stolen at 2am and in the safe care of the authorities by 3am!
14th Jan, KTM Super Duke recovered this afternoon in just 45 minutes
13th Jan, Yamaha Xenter 125 Scooter, now back with its owner.
12Th Jan, Honda Fireblade recovered safely thanks to local police.
12th Jan, Suzuki SV650S last night. Stolen and back with its owner within an hour.
6th Jan, First recovery of the year! A tough one but well worth it - stolen on New Years Day, taken to Brixton and hidden on the second floor of a block of flats! But we got it back! And this is the third time this customer has had his bike stolen!
List of recovered bikes in 2014...
Dec 31th, Kawasaki ZX6R recovered at 10.30pm.
Dec 30th, Aprilia RS4 125 back safely with its owner after being stolen last night and recovered in the early hours thanks to its Bike Trac unit - the Police got another stolen bike back with it too! Result!
Dec 22nd, Two bikes recovered last night. A Piaggio stolen and recovered just one mile away and a R1200GS stolen and recovered in less than two hours.
Dec 10th, R1200GS Back with its owner less than an hour after being reported as stolen.
Dec 8th, Okay, so we know this isn't a two-wheeler, but if it helps we did get two of them back last night! 2 x Bobcats, recovered within 45 minutes near Scunthorpe and thanks to the Bike Trac units fitted, so was a stolen car too. Police Helicopters involved, arrests, the lot
Dec 2nd, A Ducati Hypermotard - stolen this afternoon and back with its owner within 35 minutes
Nov 29th, Two recoveries last night. One GSX-R750 recovered after a bit of 'cat and mouse' and the second was a Ducati 899, recovered in just 40 minutes
Nov 28th, Vespa GTS300 back with its owner in just over an hour!
Nov 13th, A BMW S1000R and Suzuki GSXR stolen within 15 minutes of each other and recovered just two streets apart! Both recovered in less than one hour!
Nov 12th, BMW R1200GS Triple Black - stolen in the early hours of this morning and recovered (undamaged) via Bike Trac in 42 minutes!
Nov 10th, CBR600 Recovered in less than one hour and its owner even rode it home.
November 6th We're pleased to report the safe recovery of a 2014 GSX-R750 last night.
Stolen in the Wandsworth area and located via Bike Trac in under 45 minutes!
November 4th. It's official - October was a record month for Bike Trac recoveries! 17 recovered last month alone,
taking the 2014 total to 70! In real money, that's a hefty £692,000 worth of motorcycles!
October 29th. Two recoveries today folks! The NCX125 Honda was stolen in south London. It was found then followed by police who also recovered
two other stolen bikes, while the Hyperstrada was stolen and recovered in Kensington!
October 24th. CBR1000 Fireblade Stolen in Fulham in the early hours of this morning, but recovered before 9am! thanks to its Bike Trac unit.
October 23rd. After recovering a 899 Panigale earlier this afternoon, we've just had an attempted theft of a KTM 690 Duke.
Thankfully the battery disconnect and movement alerts on the Bike Trac fitted were triggered and the thieves were disturbed in time.
October 23rd. A Ducati 899 Panigale stolen from Kings Cross and recovered shortly afterwards just a mile away.
October 13th. Okay, so we apologise if this is becoming a bit much, but two more recoveries this afternoon!! Again in London -
The R6 was stolen and recovered in central London and the GS in south London. It's been a mad few days. The fight continues...
October 12th. A BMW R1200GS stolen near Fulham and a Yamaha R6 stolen near Hackney. Both recovered successfully
Five recoveries in one weekend might just be a new record...
October 12th. Saturday night was busy! THREE bikes stolen and all back with their respective owners
1 x BMW S1000R (South London),
1 x KTM 690 SMC-R (Richmond) &
1 Ducati Monster 1100 Evo (East London)
October 10th. Monster 1200S - stolen in North London during the early hours and back with its owner by 9am!
October 9th. A BMW R1200GS, stolen in South London and recovered just a short distance away.
October 3rd. Triumph Speed Triple stolen in Highbury, London at 16.51 - recovered by 17.48
October 3rd. A Vespa GTS 300 Stolen and now back with its owner.
October 3rd. YZF125 stolen in Croydon. Even though they bypassed the ignition we tracked it with the customer to a hidden location. Back with its owner already!
October 1st. A KTM Duke 390 stolen and recovered in under two hours and a Ducati 899 stolen and tracked successfully in under one hour!
September 29th. Another swift recovery this afternoon in London. A Suzuki GSX-R1000 stolen at 1pm - already back with its owner!
September 24th. Thieves arrested after attempting to steal Honda Fireblade this afternoon in London! Their first attempt set the Bike Trac movement sensor off and alerted owner who scared them off. They then returned later with a van but were caught in the act by police! Arrests made!
September 18th. Two for one recovery! A Yamaha R1 was stolen in London along a Kawasaki at the same time. We tracked the R1 to the back of a van and recovered the Kawasaki too! Result!
September 17th. Ducati Monster, stolen in the early hours in South West London, but it's already back with its owner
September 12th. A Yamaha R1 was stolen in the early hours, but was reunited with its owner in South East London at 10am
September 10th. Yet another Ducati 848 Evo and in South London. Now back safely with its owner to enjoy another day
September 8th. KTM Duke 125 recovered thanks to Bike Trac over the weekend. Proof that smaller bikes are targets too sadly.
August 18th. Ducati 1000SS. Stolen and recovered in London.
August 13th. Not long after we recovered the Triumph, we got an 848 Ducati back too in North West London - in under 1 hour!
August 12th. Triumph Street Triple. Stolen at 1.40am and recovered in Fulham 40 minutes later
August 5th. Ducati 1199 Panigale was recovered today in London with one of our units.
August 4th. Suzuki GSX-R1000 stolen in London this afternoon at 14.06 and recovered within one hour thanks to the Bike Trac fitted!
July 23rd. Yamaha WRX125 was stolen and tracked in Weston super Mare within a few hours. All credit to our dealer Morses Motorcycles who assisted in the recovery using our online portal with the customer.
July 10th, Ducati 848, Stolen from the O2 in London and found two hours later, just two miles away!
July 9th, 2012 Suzuki GSX-R600 stolen late last night but back safely with its owner this evening.
July 7th, BMW HP4. Thankfully for its owner, the Bike Trac fitted took police to where it had been hidden by the thieves!
July 2nd, A TRX500 was stolen in the early hours near Cheltenham and successfully tracked down nearly 150 miles away near Doncaster!
July 2nd, Triumph Scrambler stolen in the early hours in London. We got in back in just over one hour too!
June 26th, 1200GS, Recovered in Pimlico, London by Police thanks to the Bike Trac fitted and even ridden home by its owner - result!
June 24th, MV800, This one wasn't our quickest recovery, but then thieves went to the trouble of hiding it in numerous locations across London, partially stripping the bike down and then hiding it in a shipping container! But we got it back today with the help of a police warrant because it had a Bike Trac fitted
June 23rd,A customer was selling his Ducati Multistrada, agreed a test ride only for the bike not to return! Unluckily for the thief, he didn't know a Bike Trac was fitted. Recovered within an hour!
June 16th, Ducati Multistrada in London. Stolen but thankfully tracked and recovered within two hours.
June 10th, Ducati 899 recovered in 40 mins in London
June 5th, Triumph Street Triple Recovered within one hour.
May 31st, Ducati Monster stolen in London before being recovered and even ridden home by its owner! We like those kind of recoveries
May 20th. Ducati 848 stolen in South London at 11.56 today - recovered by very fast acting Police at 12.17.
And some comments on facebook ref the above theft...
THIS WAS MY BIKE! MAN... What can i say! You guys f**King rock!!! Seriously, other than this bike... BEST money spent!
I had bike trac fitted to my 1098R, best investment i have made, have seen people offering rewards of £1000 for information about their stolen bike,
if they can afford that just for information then the £300 pounds for a tracker to be fitted is a no brainer,
pleased you got your bike back jimmy, money well spent.
May 19th, A dealer's demonstrator ZX636 from Bacons Motorcycles in Essex was Stolen then tracked and stopped by police in less than 45 minutes
May 15th, Kawasaki Z100SX, It was moved around a fair bit, but we kept tabs on it and grabbed it when they came to a stop.
May 10th, YZF125 Stolen at 21.15 in Croydon. It was tracked, found and ridden home by it's owner, all by 10PM!
May 8th, Yamaha WR125X stolen in South London at 2.16am and recovered by 3.17am!
May 7th, GSXR back with its owner in just 35 minutes!
April 28th, And Another! Now that was a busy Monday. Another BMW S1000RR was stolen in London and we got it back! Not just back with the authorities but back with its owner just after 11PM!
April 28th, ANOTHER BMW recovered this afternoon. S1000RR stolen in London just after 2PM and recovered just after 4PM!
April 28th, Even we're surprised by this! We recovered our fourth R1200GS of the month earlier today! An Adventure Triple Black model this time - confirmed as stolen at 10.30am this morning and recovered just after midday!
April 25th, Another BMW 1200GS stolen and subsequently recovered this morning
April 19th, BMW R1200GS stolen but thankfully back with its owner in less than 40 minutes!
April 16th Another Ducati 899 Panigale today. Stolen in West London and confirmed as recovered within 45 minutes!
April 11th, BMW R1200GS Adventure Triple Black - Stolen in London. Back with its owner in less than 45 mins!
March 25th, Ducati Hypermotard 1100 Evo, Recovered 2 hrs
March 17th, Ducati 848 recovered in London.
March 17th, Yamaha Chopper recovered in London.
March 12th, Ducati 899 Panigale Stolen in London and recovered in Lithuania! 1000 mile recovery in 48 hrs ( Full story on my web site )
March 2nd. Ducati Hypermotard SP was stolen in London. Following a live track and chase including air support, it was returned to its owner.
March 2nd. Ducati 899 Panigale was returned to its owner later in the day too!
Feb 9th > Ducati 899 Taken in the Warrington area by a thief who stole the keys. Back with its owner within 1.5 hours!
January 26th > Suzuki Hayabusa stolen at 3am this morning in Romford! Recovered by Police and even ridden home by its owner before breakfast!
List of recovered bikes in 2013... ( 59 stolen motorcycles returned to their rightful owners along with a number of high-profile arrests too )
December 27th > Ducati 848 stolen at 03.12am and recovered by Police at 04.35am!
Decembers 19th > We're very pleased to report that we recovered the very same GSX-R750 earlier today that we recovered back in May of last year! One happy Bike Trac customer.
December 12th > Ducati 848, Back with its owner after a swift recovery.
December 11th > 899 Panigale, Back with its owner within 30 minutes, after a five mile chase.
December 8th > KTM 690, 5hr recovery
Decamber 4th > Aprilia Shivver, 1 hr Recovery
November 27th > Ducati Streetfighter. 2hr Recovery.
November 25th > BMW R12000RT, 3 hr Recovery ( fitted with false plate as well )
November 20th > Triumph Street Triple. Stolen in London, Tracked live and recovered in 45mins.
November 4th > BMW R1200 RT, Stolen and recovered in London.
October 16th > ER6, Stolen in South East London at 21.36. Its owner tracked it via the online portal to a location close-by and had it back safe by 21.52! 16 minutes from theft to recovery!
October 3rd > BMW GS > reported missing at 3am found a few miles away shortley after.
September 23rd > Suzuki GSXR K8, Recovered in less than 1hour !
September 19th > CBR600 Isle of Dogs and back home in 2 hrs.
September 13th> Bobcat digger worth £19'00014th August > Ducati 1199 Panigale. Stolen in Greenwich
August > Yamaha R1 and back home by 9 Pm the same day
July 23rd > Ducati 848 just after 7PM. The bike was located and recovered just after midnight!
July 22nd > 2 bikes in one night. One stolen in London and one stolen in Brighton
July 15th > 4 bikes in 2 weeks.
July 1st > Ducati Panigale Stolen in the Netherlands, it was back with its owner so quickly that he was able to ride it home!
June 26th >Triumph Speed Tripple
June 23rd > Ducati 1098 ( found 6 miles away )
June 17th > BMW S1000RR
June 11th > Yamaha XT660Z
June 7th > Yamaha R6 ( this one twice now )
June 5th > GSX-R1000 and Ducati 848 Evo along with a bonus GSX-R750
May 29th > R1200GS
May 9th > Ducati 848
May 1st > One Hypermotard, one Panigale and one R1200GS
April 11th > ZX-6R and a Ducati Diavel
March 14th > Triumph Bonneville
March 13th > BMW F800 + found a stolen Triumph
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"my bike was stolen last night"
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With all bikes returned to their rightful owners ranging from a learner legal 125, right up to the very latest Superbikes, the most high profile machine stolen in May was a Honda Fireblade belonging to the lead singer of Blake, Stephen Bowman. Unfortunate to have his bike stolen for the second time this year, Bike Trac came to the rescue yet again, recovering the Honda in good time.
Bike Trac's Bill Taylor commented, "This month's been pretty busy for our recovery team and I'm pleased to say that once again we've recovered every bike stolen, maintaining our 100% record this year. As well as Stephen's Fireblade, we are proud to have recovered a new BMW S1000RR belonging to BMW GB in just 38 minutes, resulting in two arrests, as well as a 125cc machine that was successfully traced to a school. On top of this, the system recovered a further two stolen bikes, making May one of our most successful month's ever."
Boorman, who is best known for his televised round the world and long distance motorcycle adventures, had his BMW R1200GS Adventure stolen in the early hours of Saturday morning. But unbeknown to the thieves, the bike had Road Angel Group's renowned Bike Trac system covertly fitted, allowing the authorities to track it down just hours later.
"The system on Charley's bike was triggered at 4.29am on Saturday and quickly tracked to a location in south west London. However, the unit then showed further movement, resulting in us tracking the bike to a new location some miles away in Watford. By using the additional technology that Bike Trac offers over just GPS, we were then able to exactly pinpoint the bike to a specific garage, where with a police warrant we were able to recover it, partly dismantled."
Charley Boorman added, "Naturally I was pretty shocked to learn that my bike had been stolen. In normal circumstances the chance of ever seeing a bike again after it's been stolen is very slim. But with the knowledge that it had a Bike Trac unit fitted, I was fairly hopeful. To get the bike recovered so soon really is a testament to the system indeed."
Initially alerting its owner at 13.50 on April 5th of an unlawful movement, the stolen R1 was then subjected to a battery disconnection just seven minutes later. But thanks to Bike Trac's technology that enables the tracking device to run on its own internal battery for up to 30 days after disconnection, the unit continued to stay in contact and resulted in the R1, the stolen van it was in and another stolen machine being recovered just one and a half hours later.
Bike Trac's Bill Taylor: "Another large and swift recovery and all because one of the three vehicles in question had Bike Trac fitted. On this occasion the thieves tried to beat any potential system by disconnecting the battery, but as ours can run for up to 30 days without requiring additional power, this made no difference in our ability to stay in touch with the unit. Once again, the Police acted swiftly and in the process managed to recover the stolen van used by the thieves and a Suzuki GSX-R1000 too. Another great recovery which maintains our 100% recovery rate this year."
The fear of theft is sadly always in the back of the mind of any motorcyclist, and when Stuart Mann was awoken at 3am after receiving a text message to his phone, his worst nightmare became reality. The 28-year-old Londoner had been sent a movement alert from motorcycle tracking specialist, Bike Trac, informing him that his motorcycle had been moved and subsequently stolen.
Within minutes, Stuart was able to pinpoint the exact whereabouts of his motorcycle, and was able to contact the police to relay the information so that they could catch the thief red-handed. All that was left to do then was sit back, wait and hope that the officers could intercept the criminal.
At 8am the same morning, Stuart received a call from the police to inform him that his beloved motorcycle had been tracked down, seized and recovered. The officer informed the rider that his motorcycle had been impounded at the station and he was free to come down and collect it whenever he was ready. It was a truly remarkable recovery that took just five hours.
On the evening of 25th November 2011, Ari Kurdi parked his Yamaha YSF R6 motorbike in the underground car park of his girlfriend’s apartment block in Norbury, south-west London. The car park was gated, covered by CCTV and, as far as Ari was concerned, extremely secure. So, imagine his surprise when, at 01:05 in the morning on 26th November 2011, he received a text informing him that his motorbike was on the move!
The text originated from the Road Angel 24 hour control centre, which had received a warning signal from the bike’s Bike Trac unit, a device capable of detecting unauthorised movement once armed, or use of the bike outside normal patterns set by the owner. Ari immediately ran to check the car park but his bike had already gone, so he went back to his girlfriend’s flat to call the police...and start up his laptop.
Using the Bike Trac online portal, Ari was able to see the route the thieves had taken with his bike and he informed the police of this upon their arrival. The police set off in pursuit and Ari crossed his fingers that his bike would be found. In the end, the waiting became too much and Ari decided he and a friend should follow the route in his car. Whilst Ari drove, his friend tracked the bike’s movements having accessed the Bike Trac Portal on his iPhone.
“The breadcrumb trail feature on the maps in the Bike Trac portal led us straight to where the bike had been hidden under a tarpaulin on a housing estate near Lewisham,” explains Ari. “In fact, we found the bike before the police did.”
a Suzuki GSX-R600, was stolen from the Camberely area of London at 12.40PM on Thursday January 5th and in just over one hour had been recovered by Metropolitan Police, who were notified by Road Angel, the makers of the Biketrac system.
Biketrac's Bill Taylor commented, "We were notified by the bike's system at 12.40 of an unexpected movement. The Metropolitan Police were quickly on the case using our technology to track the bikes movements and by 13.54 not only had the bike been recovered but an arrest had been made too. A really great result for all concerned.
The Biketrac system not only monitors a machine's exact position, but also leaves a breadcrumb trail too, helping police to identify the route a stolen machine has taken and can sometimes also lead police to addresses and individuals involved in crime.
Bike Trac, helped police recover a stolen motorcycle after just 74 minutes of being taken, fans of the system will be further buoyed this week by the news that it has triumphed again, this time recovering a rare Ducati 1198SP in under three-hours.
With Bike Trac informing Police initially, when the system was activated at 2.07AM on Saturday morning in South West London, Police were able to act fast, with Bike Trac pin-pointing the exact location of the Ducati before dawn that same morning.
Bought new bike, persuaded to fit Biketrac, thought it a little pricy, Bike stolen 6 weeks later, Bike recovered by Police within 5 hours using Road Angel's Biketrac.
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