idRIDER Community

Yes, idRIDER is a large and extensive network of bike owners and riders. But it is so much more.

The larger idRIDER community pulls in the groups that also directly and indirectly touch and impact bicycle riding and ownership. This includes bike shops, community groups and organizations, residential areas, law enforcement, and so many more. This expansive community is essential to the success of idRIDER, and one of our objectives is to continue to grow and strengthen this network.

Why is this one of our goals?

Cyclists are a key component of idRIDER, of course. But it takes a large and dedicated following who cascade well beyond bike owners to successfully recover lost and stolen bikes.

The idRIDER extended community is committed to helping every cyclist keep riding, and to helping ensure bike owners retain their bikes until they are legitimately sold.

Our team is committed to strengthening and expanding the network of a committed community – which makes idRIDER second to none.

Join Reddit community here.

The registration process was quick and easy to register my family’s bikes. Now I have peace of mind knowing if something happens to my bike, I have a much better chance of getting it back.

Every responsible bike owner should take a few moments to register their bike with idRIDER. I did.

For anyone who thinks it’s not worth the 3 minutes to register your bike – think again.

idRIDER helps ensure stolen bikes do not end up on the used bicycle black market – and instead stay with their rightful owner.

I was so thankful that my bike was able to be identified and returned to me. Without proper identification of my bike, there was not a chance I was going to get it back. I was lucky that idRIDER was so careful and took time to find the punched in serial number. I wouldn’t expect that level of care from just anyone. Having a way to identify my bike was crucial to its return, and I think having various ways to identify and get the word out about stolen bikes can help to get them back to their owners.

Did you know?

In 2019, bicycles were second only to motor vehicles in number of thefts.