Have you used code EN14781?

If you’ve included the code EN14781 when entering your bike’s serial number, you’re not the only one! A number of bikes have been uploaded onto the system with EN14781 listed…

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Register your bike

When we say register your bike, what we mean is create a profile on Bikelinc which links you, your bike and its unique serial number with your personal details. The…

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What is the difference between Bikelinc and BikeLink?

There’s more than just a capital letter or a ‘C’ that differentiates between Bikelink and Bikelinc. Bikelinc is a community solution to a community problem. It was developed in response…

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What bike details should I collect?

These are the bike details you should collect, to set up your Bikelinc profile: Most importantly, locate and record the bike frame serial number, which is usually stamped underneath the…

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Your bike is lost or stolen

First of all, please notify police on 131 444 or use a report form (for WA only) If you already have a Bikelinc profile, update the status of your bike…

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What is a bike serial number and where do I find it?

Each bike has a unique serial number which helps identify that particular bike. Record the serial number of your bike, which is usually stamped underneath the bottom bracket of the…

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How to get started

If you’re already comfortable with online forms, please feel free to Create A Profile now. If you’d prefer to follow some instructions as you go through the form, here’s a step-by-step guide…

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