MAG members motorcycles covered by a £1000 cash reward!
£1000 CASH REWARD
MAG offers through its MAG Protected Scheme a guaranteed cash reward of up to £1000 for information leading to the conviction of bike thieves.
If you are a MAG member your bike - includes trikes and motorcycle combinations - is covered.
BIKE THIEVES BEWARE
Details of these bike have been produced and circulated in motorcycle dealers.
MAG groups and affiliated clubs have been notified via MAG’s news letter “Network”.
Details of the theft will be printed in “The Road” the MAG members magazine.
STEAL A BIKE GO TO JAIL
INFORMATION ON BIKE THEFT TELEPHONE MAG THEFTLINE 01788 570065 or email
MAG sits on and chairs the Motorcycle Crime Reduction Group.
MAG members enjoy various discounts at motorcycle dealers.
Including discounts on security products please see MAG website www.mag-uk.org for further details.
For details on secure parking across the UK visit the MAG Foundations website at www.mag-foundation.org or MotorcycleParking.com at www.motorcycleparking.com
Follow Top Ten Tips to Protect your Motorcycle & Scooter
Download the booklet Here pdf 2mb
Get a combined alarm and electronic immobiliser fitted professionally.
Thatcham and Sold Secure recommend some of the best and your insurance company may give you a discount on your premiums.
Get a good disc lock or better still, a U-lock - make sure it's long enough.
Secure your bike to something solid that can't be moved and keep the lock off the ground - this makes it harder to break.
Put obvious security markings on as many parts of your bike as possible, using the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), the registration number or your postcode linked to a recognised database.
If you've got a garage use it and lock it. If not, ground anchors are a good bet and cover your bike if you can.
Keep you keys safe and out of sight at all times.
Bike Theft Index Here pdf 771kb
Always put the steering lock on.
Don't leave your helmet or other possessions on the bike.
If you ride an off-road bike, ask the DVLA to register its details (frame and engine numbers) on their own and police computers - it's free.
If you're buying a second hand bike or parts, be wary of 'bargains'.
Have a good look at the registration documents and check the bike's history with HPI Group Ltd, the AA or the RAC