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Bike Trac, the renowned motorcycle tracking device from Road Angel Group continued its impressive 100% success rate for the month of May and the year as a whole, with a total of five equipped motorcycles stolen during the month, with every one safely recovered.

With all bikes returned to their rightful owners ranging from a learner legal 125, right up to the very latest Superbikes, the most high profile machine stolen in May was a Honda Fireblade belonging to the lead singer of Blake, Stephen Bowman. Unfortunate to have his bike stolen for the second time this year, Bike Trac came to the rescue yet again, recovering the Honda in good time.

Bike Trac's Bill Taylor commented, "This month's been pretty busy for our recovery team and I'm pleased to say that once again we've recovered every bike stolen, maintaining our 100% record this year. As well as Stephen's Fireblade, we are proud to have recovered a new BMW S1000RR belonging to BMW GB in just 38 minutes, resulting in two arrests, as well as a 125cc machine that was successfully traced to a school. On top of this, the system recovered a further two stolen bikes, making May one of our most successful month's ever."

For just £299.99 inc VAT* a Bike Trac unit really can offer an owner complete peace of mind. But unlike other units available, Bike Trac also offers handy additional functions too, so it's not just a security device that works if the unthinkable happens. Bike Trac offers a handy 24/7 web portal where owners can log-in to see the exact whereabouts of their bike, check its battery voltage, review recent journeys and even set their very own Geo Fence too. On top of this Bike Trac also offers 'Bike Down' - a great safety feature for lone riders that will notify a next of kin via text should the bike go over an 80-degree lean angle with the ignition switched on. (* additional annual subscription required, but unlike some other units includes all text costs`).

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