Author Topic: Tracking Bike Movements  (Read 48 times)

Online magnum1973

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Tracking Bike Movements
« on: Today at 09:03 »
I have only recently purchased a Bike in boxes and semi complete. My question is am I able to find out more about the whereabouts the bike has been round the world using engine and frame numbers? Pretty random question maybe? I am very new to the motorbike seen, but would be nice if there were websites out there that could point me in the right direction. Cheers
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Re: Tracking Bike Movements
« Reply #1 on: Today at 09:27 »
G'day magnum.
First I would check the BSAOC for dispatch records as to where it went from the factory. Then follow the oil trail.
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Re: Tracking Bike Movements
« Reply #2 on: Today at 11:55 »
You could check for the GPS tracking chip installed in the frame before it left the factory.  *whistle*

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