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IBP is the best way to register if you don't already have a registered bike. Registering your bike is FREE. There is a $30 annual service charge but it is much easier than having to search the internet. If you look up the year you want and notice that, for example, a specific component you are looking for only came in a certain year, you can look to see if that particular component became available in another year. The same is true for any accessories. If you're buying the bike for your second bike, you can register the first bike with IBP. This will allow you to deduct the first registration from the second registration if you sell the bike. You can also register the bike if you are selling the bike. You can register bikes with a manufacturer's (Buell, Harley-Davidson, etc.) or private label as long as the bike has a year of manufacture on it. The only time that IBP will not accept the bike for registration is if the bicycle has been rebuilt with new parts.
For those of you who wish to ride your bike in the park, you will need to register it in one of the above bike serial number databases. To register a bike you will need to go to a police station or registered bicycle dealer. The dealer will provide you with a registration number that you will need to place on your bicycle frame.
After you have registered your bike, you can use the serial number to track your bike if it ever gets stolen. If it is stolen, contact the police or the local Cycling Network Australia (CNA) or Cycling Network UK (CNUK) to report the serial number and any other details that you have on your bike. Bike registries notify police if bikes are reported as stolen and allow police to assist you in recovering your bike. See Cycling Network Australia (CNA) and Cycling Network UK (CNUK) for a full list of bike registries.
Failing to register a bike will lead to hefty fines. You may also have to pay transfer tax on the new bicycle if you don't have a registered bike. In the UK, for example, if you have a bike that is not registered, you may have to pay a £200 set-up fee and a £25 per month usage charge.
The last digit in the serial number always represents the month of manufacture. The first digit represents the year of manufacture. The serial number starts with the model number. Some models (but not all) have a letter after the model number to show the year model. If the last digit of the serial number represents the model, and you have changed frame, then the new one will have a lower serial number. There is always a chance that manufacturers fudge the serial number on a factory hand-built bike, but don't let this put you off. I have a bike with serial number 52300, which means it was built in 1975, even though it's a 1981 bike. 827ec27edc