Bicycle Registration Event in Port Richmond This Saturday

by | May 30, 2014 | Biking in Philly | 0 comments

Having your bicycle stolen is a cyclist’s greatest fear. Well, maybe outside of crashing. Nevertheless, if you want to learn some theft-prevention tips to protect your ride, Philadelphia’s 26th Police District has you covered.

On May 31st, the 26th Police District is hosting a bike registry event at the Port Richmond Village parking lot at Aramingo and York streets. The event is geared towards providing preventative strategies and tips for those looking to shore up their bike’s safety.

Date: Saturday, May 31st

Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Police programs and services offered

  • Bicycle registration
  • Vehicle etching
  • Vehicle S.A.V.E.
  • Operation ID
  • SafeCam

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