LAW ENFORCEMENT EDITION

Since 1984, the National Bike Registry (NBR) has been working with law enforcement to return stolen bikes to their rightful owners. Now, we've joined forces with the 529 Garage, to create the largest and most advanced bike registry in North America.

The NBR bike database is now searchable by the 529 Garage, giving you access to the largest online bike registry in one location. The 529 Garage pulls in bicycle data from multiple sources including 529 and NBR registered bikes, external bike registries like Operation Hands Off, bikeregistry.com and Bike Index and data from bike shop partners. This gives our law enforcement partners access to over 500,000 searchable bikes all in one place with powerful search capabilities.

If you are a police officer that has used NBR in the past to search for stolen bikes, you will need to migrate your NBR Police account to a free 529 Garage Law Enforcement Edition account. To do this, just visit our new website.

If you don't have an NBR Police account, or don't remember your username or password, contact us at support@project529.com and we will set you up.

Search for Bikes.


Forgot your password or login? Contact us at support@project529.com

Click here for more information about the NBR/529 Garage Law Enforcement Program.  

 

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