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"See what happens to bicycles AFTER they are stolen in Portland OR. Tomorrow night on Inside Edition. BaitBikes in action."
"Portland PD says this guy is a main player in the local bike theft epidemic. They were happy to take him down."
"3 days in Portland with Lisa Guerrero, Inside Edition and Portland Police. 1 bait bike stolen, 2 bad guys in jail."
"Bait Bike stolen last night from a home in Sacramento City. Sac Sheriff's deputies helped track and recover it in the city. Thanks guys!"
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SFPD Tweets
"RT @VisionZeroSF: A better, safer Market Street is coming and we couldn't be happier! @sfbike @sfmta_muni https://t…"
11 hours ago
"Found bike: Blk Specialized Allez. DM with serial # or other identifying features if you believe it belongs to you or someone you know."
147 days ago

We at get calls every day from people interested in tracking their personal belongings. While there are numerous solutions for tracking something large like a vehicle or a boat, the technology to track smaller items such as a laptop computer is still in its infancy. However, this technology is currently making great strides and we expect that within a year or two, there will be several solutions available to track just about anything you may want to track. If you would like to keep up to date on the state of the art in tracking solutions, follow us on Twitter @BaitBike1 and we will alert you as we post progress reports and product reviews right here on

2 Responses to Follow Us on Twitter

  • I have reason to believe that my brother’s friend has been stalking me via a hidden GPS or Satellite tracker. Where can I go to have someone with the proper Device to detect said tracker? I have already contacted local police about the issue, but no response yet. I know you won’t tell me what device will detect said tracker, but I am hoping you can possibly save my life from a potential stalker that maybe trying to kill me. Thank You !

  • KK6PZK de N2KI. I caught your great DF’ing on 20/20 last week and thought it was fantastic. We do this stuff on the East coast but on 2 meter amateur radio frequencies finding a hidden transmitter. Certainly, the transmitter is not as small as what you are using. That would be a great transmitter to hide on one of our events if it were able to TX on 146.565mHz. Great job Jason! I enjoyed it.

    Tony N2KI (Hudson Valley Direction Finding)

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