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Register Your Bike

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Registering your bicycle will not prevent your bicycle from being stolen, but it may make it more difficult to sell and easier to recover if it is stolen. There are many options for registering your bicycle. Below are several options:

  • Bike Index – Bike Index is a free online service that allows you to store and update important identifying information about your bike.
  • National Bike Registry – The National Bike Registry is a paid service that allows you to register your bike and receive a tamper-resistant label to put on your bicycle.
  • Florida State University – Students, staff, and faculty at Florida State University can register their bicycles with FSUPD. Information about this program and other bicycle facilities and services is available from FSU Transportation and Parking Services.
  • Florida A&M University – Students, staff, and faculty at FAMU can register their bicycles with University Parking and Transportation Services by visiting their office at 1420 Wahnish Way on the FAMU campus.

Report a Crash


  • If you are involved in a crash that results in an emergency, call 911 immediately.
  • If you are involved in a crash that is not an emergency, but requires the assistance of a police officer (such as a non-emergency that involves an intoxicated driver or hit-and-run), call (850) 606-5800.
  • If you are involved in a crash that is not an emergency and does not require the assistance of a police officer, you can report the crash online with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Why report crashes?

Reporting crashes, even when they are minor, is important. The information and statistics related to crashes that involve bicyclists helps us understand bicycling conditions in our community and helps us plan enhancements and facilities to help improve these conditions.
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Report a Stolen Bicycle


If you are a victim of bicycle theft, you can report the incident online with the Tallahassee Police Department. You can also report a stolen bike to Bike Index, even if you did not register it prior to the theft. Bike Index also offers information on How Not to Buy a Stolen Bike (PDF).