Bike Security

Every bike has a unique frame or serial number. Have you made a note of yours?

There are several places you may find your bike's frame number - nos 1 & 8 are the most common locations.
There are several places you may find your bike’s frame number – nos 1 & 8 are the most common locations.

This number is useful if, unfortunately, your bike is stolen and is reported to the police or you need to make any other insurance claim.

Your bike’s frame number will most likely be stamped into the bottom bracket – point 1 – or the rear drop-out – point 8.

Model and frame number stamped onto bottom bracket
Model and frame number stamped onto bottom bracket

You should make a note of this number, maybe write it in your owner’s manual. It’s also a good idea to keep receipts for the purchase of expensive accessories or components.

Halter’s keeps no records of frame numbers so make sure you make a note. Hopefully, it will never prove to be necessary.

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