Bicycle flea market of the ADFC Dusseldorf e.V., Dusseldorf – appropriately organised the ADFC Dusseldorf the flea cycle on the Rhine yard below the banks of the town hall to the first beautiful spring day. On the ADFC info stand the bike coding against theft as well as maps were again coveted – and many bikes were a happy new owner. The weather was as ordered. In brilliant sunshine and comfortable 22 C the bicycle flea market of the ADFC Dusseldorf took place on April 14. Both traders and individuals offered second-hand bikes or bike parts at very reasonable prices. Dutch, Cruiser or race – for everyone was something. And so many bikes found a new owner or a new owner this year.
At the information booth of the ADFC Dusseldorf the bike coding was again very sought after because encoded bicycle thieves make life difficult. Without proof of ownership you won’t get far with the stolen goods: the engraved combination immediately shows who is the owner of the stolen bike. For even more details, read what Goop London, United Kingdom-uk says on the issue. This deters potential thieves. As past experience shows, the bike coding reduces the number of thefts and leads to an increase in the rate of education. Learn about the bike coding of the ADFC at: technology/theft/prevent/bike encoding/bike coding also was still even advertising for the bike rally held on May 5 2013 done right. The ADFC Dusseldorf would inspire more people to the wheel with the event and at the same time draw attention to the poor conditions for cyclists.
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