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Bike Security

Curtin wants to ensure that your bike ride to and from Curtin is safe and enjoyable. So remember that all road rules apply on campus, which means giving way to pedestrians and wearing a helmet.

Keeping your bike secure while it's on campus is also important, so here’s some tips:

  1. Always use the secure racks, where possible
  2. Ensure you use a good quality lock at all times
  3. Report any suspicious activity
  4. Photograph your bike with its serial number
  5. Engrave your driver's licence number onto your bike to enable easier identification of ownership

Contact our Security team on +61 8 9266 4444 to report all incidents of damage or theft.

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  • Bikelinc is the missing link in reducing bike theft. More than 9,000 bikes are reported stolen in WA each year. Bikelinc connects you, your bike, the WA Police Force and cycling community to reduce the chances of this happening to you. Set up a free profile.
  • Create a free Bikelinc profile to connect you and your bike. Powered by Crime Stoppers WA and endorsed by the WA Police Force, this community tool will give bike-minded people the power to return lost or stolen bikes to their rightful owners.
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Service Centre +61 8 9266 2020
Safety & Security +61 8 9266 4444
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