Bikers United is helping reduce motorcycle theft and helping bikers understand how best to prevent their bike from being stolen.
By working together, we can do more.
What are Community Representatives?
Community Reps are volunteers who are on-hand to help reduce motorcycle theft and related crime by advising bikers in their local area. As like-minded individuals they are passionate about biking and tackling motorcycle crime.
Our Community Representatives will do their best to:
- Advise you if you have any questions following the theft of your motorbike or scooter
- Help you understand the best ways to secure your motorbike or scooter
- Liaise with active motorcycle recovery groups to help reunite bikers with their bikes
Our Community Representatives are a valuable part of Bikers United and will help serve their local community.
As your point of contact, they will feedback any requirements and suggestions from their local area to help improve Bikers United and help us all tackle motorbike crime.
Bikers United Community Representatives
East of England
Yorkshire and the Humber
Could you be a Community Representative?
If you want to help tackle motorbike crime in your area, we’d love you to join us. Becoming a Bikers United Community Representative doesn’t require a big commitment. We estimate it requires just 30 minutes per week to answer any questions and help bikers in your area.
Please contact us using the contact form to get involved.