Local police stations across the capital will be offering free cycle security and safety advice this Saturday (June 21st).
Officers from the Met’s Safer Transport Teams will be on hand to speak to cyclists and those thinking of taking up cycling about any concerns they have.
They’ll also be able to help mark and register bikes on the online register www.bikeregister.com which helps the Met identify stolen bikes and return them to their owner.
Stations will be displaying a selection of recovered bikes, giving owners a chance to reclaim their property.
Further information about each station’s activities is available from the Met’s website and its local twitter accounts.
Chief Superintendent Matt Bell said: “It is in the interest of cyclists to attend their local station as we will be giving cycle security and safety advice, carrying out cycle marking and hopefully reuniting some victims of bike theft with their recovered property and I would urge anyone who has been a victim of bike theft to attend.
“This event furthers our commitment to the security and safety of cyclists in London.”