The Stolen Dirt Bike Register
Listing terms & conditions
Data available in this website is not verified! It is voluntarily provided by the owners of stolen vehicles and no validation process is applied. Use this information at your own risk! Information found within this website should be used as a guide only and you should seek official sources to confirm the legal status of any vehicle listed. The owners and operators of the database accept no responsibility for the validity of the legal status of any listed vehicle.
This website is operated under the standard site conditions as found at "Site Disclaimer".
Registration of a motorcycle theft is conditional on our "Listing terms and conditions" as described below - YOU MUST READ!
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Click HERE to open the Stolen Dirt Bike Register listings..
Please not that the Stolen Dirt Bike Register is specifically for DIRT bikes, not road bikes so please use this site for only those bikes that are oriented for off-road use. We want to keep this database just for dirt bikes so if you list your XLCH, ZZR, GSX, VFR, R1, etc here it will be deleted.
If you have a road bike you want listed please use our new Stolen Motorcycle Directory website.
The Register goes Global!
We've just completed the setup of an international listing for stolen motorcycles of all types, not just dirt bikes -www.stolenmotorcycledirectory.com
While the Stolen Dirt Bike register is aimed at just dirt bikes, we've been under a lot of pressure to resurrect a road bike equivalent, only we decided to take it to the next step. Motorcycle theft is a world-wide problem so with the new Stolen Motorcycle Directory there is now an international register for stolen motorcycles, scooters, trikes and ATV's, even snowmobiles!
This database is open to everyone everywhere and while stolendirtbikes.com.au remains a free listing for dirt bikes, the international directory has a a token fee for listing a bike. We love to keep it free too but unfortunately we have costs to cover and your listing fee goes towards that.
There are some big advantages to the new directory because bike thefts cross international boundaries and anything we can do to help the police crack the theft process has to be good.
Rachel bought a new bike for her son for Christmas but the thief (pictured) decided that he wanted it more. Brazen and bold he snatched the bike at 7pm while the garage was briefly open. If you recognise this low-life, let Crimestoppers know now!
Click HERE for details of the theft.