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
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 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
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
We’re delighted to confirm that our Bike Trac division has announced record first half year results for its innovative security product, smashing both its own sales and recovery figures for the first six months of 2014.
Introduced in 2009, Bike Trac has steadily grown to become the leading motorcycle-specific tracking device, culminating in the award of both Thatcham Category 6 and 7 ratings in 2013. In the first half of this year,… Read more
Visitors to this week’s London Motorcycle Show at Excel will be able to learn more about the UK’s most popular motorcycle tracking device, as we welcome customers to the Bike Trac stand at the show.
Acknowledged as the capital of bike theft, London is by far Bike Trac’s most active area for theft with over 90% of all assisted recoveries occurring in the capital city.
Bill Taylor, explained, “It’s certa… Read more
Bike Trac, the renowned motorcycle tracking device, celebrated a record year of recoveries in 2013, with no-less than 59 stolen motorcycles returned to their rightful owners along with a number of high-profile arrests too.
Manufactured by automotive technology experts Road Angel Group, Bike Trac is the only motorcycle-specific tracking device to offer Thatcham Category 6 and 7 ratings, effectively making it the only system that can… Read more
It was a dream holiday that had been two years in the making. A journey back to his homeland on a Ducati, with sunshine, sticky tarmac a full two-weeks booked away from work, Damiano Chini was looking forward to a memorable riding holiday in Italy.
With his luggage packed and Eurotunnel ticket safely tucked away, the motorcycle sales manager from London had no idea that the biking holiday he was about to embark on would be filled w… Read more
Jeff Pritchard of Colwyn Bay in North Wales, took the saying ‘you’re never too old’ quite literally this year, as the 66 year-old motorcycle dealer completed an epic journey from North Wales to Thailand in just eleven weeks, tracked the entire time by Bike Trac.
Fulfilling a lifetime ambition, Jeff departed from his business, Colwyn Bay Motorcycles, on August 19th, with the target of reaching Thailand in j… Read more
David Exley (centre on bike) ready to make his epic charity ride with Bike Trac
Bike Trac has joined forces with motorcycle charity ride ‘David’s Way Round’ as motorcyclist and Samaritans volunteer David Exley attempts to ride around the UK and Ireland visiting every Samaritans branch to raise awareness and funds for the charity.
Riding his BMW F800ST, and equipped with a Bike Trac unit to record the entire journey, Da… Read more