Kryptonite Bike Shepherd Bike ID Kit

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New Malden Surrey GB
Easy registration
Hope my bike will never be stolen so I do not know how effective it would be ...
Confirmed purchase: 19 August 2014
Published on: 18 September 2014

What are the delivery costs?

We offer Free UK Delivery on all orders.

Including: Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Scottish Islands.

Standard delivery is normally 2 - 5 working days.

International delivery costs and delivery times vary for different countries. Please see here for more information.

Christmas delivery

For guaranteed Christmas delivery please order bikes before 11am, Tuesday 20th December and all other items before 11am, Wednesday 21st December. Guaranteed Christmas delivery applies to all items with the icon, please choose your option/size to see if the specific item you are after qualifies for Christmas delivery.

The Kryptonite Bike Shepherd ID tag gives cyclists with a FREE global bike registration service designed to reduce bike theft and aid recovery:
  • Using mobile technology and social networking, Bike Shepherd offers cyclists new ways to protect and recover their bikes, if stolen
  • Cyclists register their bike at no cost on the Bike Shepherd website at http://
  • The Kryptonite Bike Shepherd ID tag is a unique, tamper-resistant, weatherproof ID tag that includes a QR code used to identify a bike's status
  • Any person with a smartphone and a free 2D barcode application can scan a tagged bicycle
  • The scanned tag links directly to that bike in the secure Bike Revolution database, and gives the status of the bike
  • If a bike is listed as stolen, Bike Shepherd publishes this information on the site and uses social networking tools to spread the word
  • Localized Stolen Bike Alerts are sent to Bike Shepherd's followers on Facebook and Twitter, the bike owner, local authorities, bike shops and cycling clubs