Bicycle Registration

Bike theft is one of the most common types of property crime reported in Prince Albert. Thieves often target bikes as a way to travel to other areas of our community in order to commit further crimes, such as break and enter, theft, or vandalism. Stolen bikes can also be quickly repainted or taken apart, making them difficult to identify.

Recording your bike’s serial number and other identifying information could make the difference in getting your lost or stolen bike back.

In Prince Albert, Police have seen an increase in the number of stolen bikes. Most of the recovered bicycles go to auction each year in Prince Albert because Police cannot identify owners. For that reason, we encourage you to record your bicycle  information and enter it into our registry. This information is for police use only if your bike is lost or stolen.

From 2013 -2023, there were 1,070 reported stolen bikes in Prince Albert.  During this period, 820 bikes were found or turned in with 73 returned to the original owner.


Make: Giant, Trek, Surly, CCM, etc.


Type: Road, Mountain, BMX, Cruiser, etc.


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Keep Your Bike Secure:

  • Ensure you are using a good quality lock for your bike. It's a good idea to keep it locked and secured even if it's inside a garage or shed. Many bikes are stolen from inside these types of locations.
  • Lock both the wheel and the frame of your bike. Wheels can easily and quickly be removed by thieves.
  • Mark or engrave something onto your bike in an area that isn't easily visible to others, such as under the seat or near the wheel inside the frame. Choose a mark that only you would recognize and keep a picture of it. Storing a small item inside the frame of your bike is another way to help ensure you can identify your bike.
  • Consider using a second lock to ensure more security.
  • Always make sure your bike is properly secured for the night. Never leave it out on the front lawn, leaning against the side of your house, or unsecured on your balcony.


If your bike does go missing, filing an online police report with a description and serial number can help police return your stolen property. Each year, numerous recovered bikes are sold at auction because there is no police report and police cannot identify the rightful owners.


Note: If you find your bike listed for sale online, do not attempt to recover it on your own. Please contact police at 306-953-4222 for assistance.