SFPD Tweets

"RT @LightExposures: Blue 60cm Trek road bike stolen in NoPa. Keep an eye out! cc @SFPDBikeTheft @plattyjo @stolenbikessfo http://t.co/24zgP…"
about 1 hour ago
"RT @plattyjo: Come out to @BikeEastBay's Pedalfest & use our free bike theft prevention services! http://t.co/Ur1YEYUrXN"
7 hours ago
"Had to sneak out of the Golden wheel award party tonight and finish up yet another bait bike arrest #thankfortakingourbaitbike"
19 hours ago
"Thank you @sfbike it's an honor #goldenwheelaward"
23 hours ago
"Laney college flea market and oakland coliseum flea market continue to be real problems with stolen bikes security is helpful at both"
"RT @sfbike: Golden Wheel Awards are tonight! Join @Naparstek & @SFPDBikeTheft in creating a better city for biking. Tix at door: http://t.chttp://t.co/CdOxpypnMK"
"RT @BrianOei: Thanks @SFPDBikeTheft for these awesome stickers! I support the bait bike program! @sfbike http://t.co/Mi1OoKENVj"
2 days ago


Most of the technology used on the bicycles of BaitBike.com is designed and manufactured by Pegasus Technologies, Inc. of Sacramento California. While most of the equipment is specifically designed for law enforcement use, we have recently partnered with Integrated Trackers to bring a bicycle-specific GPS tracking device to the general public. If you are a private citizen and are interested in a tracking device for your own bicycle, and don’t mind paying about $150 for such, then please visit our parent site:


Can’t justify the cost of our GPS Bicycle Locator? For the majority of people, the best solution would actually be to invest in a good bicycle lock. Do a little online research and buy the best lock that you can afford, and then use it EVERY TIME your bike is not in your direct control. That means locking your bicycle to something immovable even when it is in your garage. There are a LOT of bikes stolen from peoples’ garages. ALSO, make sure that you retain a record of the serial numbers stamped into the frame of your bike so that you can report this to police if it is stolen. A digital photograph of the bike and serial numbers would be great. Many agencies also recommend that you engrave your driver’s license number into the frame.

If your bike is stolen, report it to the police and register it at www.stolenbicycleregistry.com. Most police departments have a huge pile of recovered bicycles that they have to auction off every few months because they simply are unable to track down the owners. Don’t let your bike become one of these.