With automatic enrolment for all subscribing Bike Trac customers, club offers and discounts include:
* Product offers
* Discounts you won’t find on the high street
* Reduced rates on motorcycle magazines
* Win tickets to bike events
* News and updates
New online portal
To support the Bike Trac Club, Road Angel Group also have a new version of the online Bike Trac portal live for customers to keep track of their bike.
New features include:… Read more
Fresh off the back of Bike Trac’s biggest year ever in 2015, where the team recovered over 160 stolen machines with a value of more than £1.2 million, the team report an unprecedented start to 2016 too, with 40 stolen machines recovered.
Bike Trac’s Bill Taylor, commented, “Every year we look at the figures and wonder when thefts and recoveries will start to plateau. 2015 was without question our biggest year ever, but we certainly di… Read more
2015 can only be described as one hell of a year at Bike Trac. Not only has it been our busiest ever in terms of new customers, but it’s also been our busiest for bike recoveries too. In 2015 alone, we happily reunited over 150 stolen bikes with their owners, and in the process, played a part in several convictions with exposure on BBC1 too.
Away from the dark and gritty side of things, we’ve been proud to support a number of great rides and cause… Read more
The UK subsidiary of U.S powersports giant, Polaris, has joined forces with us, endorsing Bike Trac in the fight against ATV and side-by-side vehicle theft.
After proving our technology in the motorcycle market, where theft has been an ever increasing problem, Bike Trac ATV was launched in 2012 and brought new functions to the industry that were not previously available.
Bike Trac’s Bill Taylor, commented, “To receive thi… Read more
Our Bike Trac team had a rare moment in the spotlight earlier this month, as new BBC1 series, Thief Trackers, featured not one but two high profile recoveries that utilised our motorcycle tracker.
Initially inspired by our now legendary 2014 Lithuanian recovery, the BBC1 show featured a recreation of the audacious theft that resulted in a stolen Ducati 899 being tracked and recovered in Lithuania, while the Bike Trac team also featured in… Read more
The Bike Trac page for Steph Jeavons has to be one of the most interesting tracking pages you’ll ever see.
It shows a single orange track line squiggling its way around most of the world.
As we write this, 11 August 2015, we can see that Steph and her Honda CRF 250L are currently parked up in Colombia and that her ‘last bike movement’ was at 10:00am. It’s also the 3,614th time that her Bike Trac unit has ‘checked in’.
We can also see that… Read more
The last time we caught up with Brigid and John Rynne, the unfortunate news had reached us that Brigid had taken a tumble and broken her leg on their mission to reach China from Southern Ireland.
Now the dust has settled, we caught up with John for a chat on his progress so far.
So, what went wrong in Western Russia?
Apart from the main transport arteries from Moscow and town centres, most roads in Russia are unsurfaced. Even apparently major road… Read more
While we could be accused of shouting about the many recoveries we make each month we’re not so vocal about the many adventure trips and charity rides we sponsor, utilising Bike Trac for live tracking.
In 2014 alone, we backed several high profile trips, that not only helped to assure the personal safety of each rider, but allowed family, friends and sponsors the chance see their progress, live 24/7.
Thanks to the unique technology develo… Read more
Following a record first half to 2014, where Road Angel Group reported that its Bike Trac product had recovered more stolen machines in the first six months than in the same period since its introduction, the team are delighted to confirm that October 2014 was Bike Trac’s most successful month for recoveries ever.
Recovering no-less than 17 stolen motorcycles in October, Bike Trac smashed its previous monthly record of 11 (June 201… Read more
Bike Trac is pleased to confirm support of a new India Book of Records attempt, as Sushanth Shetty sets out to ride his Suzuki Hayabusa from the UK to India in the quickest overland time possible.
Setting off from the UK this Saturday (25 October), Sushanth, who lives in London but retains his Indian citizenship, will ride his Hayabusa initially through Europe to Turkey and then Iran, before hopefully heading into Pakistan if his visa applic… Read more