Cyclists in west Cumbria are being encouraged to get their bikes marked and registered to help deter thieves.
A "security marking event" is being held in Whitehaven.
Police community support officers will be at the Whitehaven Harbour Youth Project on Saturday 4 July between 1-3pm.
It's hoped that bike registration will help stop bikes being stolen, and make sure any that are taken can be returned to their rightful owner if recovered.
Cyclists will be offered a choice of two ways to mark their bikes:
BikeRegister permanent ID etchings, at a cost of £5 per bike.
Postcode marked tamper-proof sticker, which is free.
Both of these options also include free registration to BikeRegister’s national database, to which every UK Police force has access.