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Anyone familiar with Project 529?

Old 05-05-22, 09:59 PM
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Anyone familiar with Project 529?

I'd like to introduce Project 529 to my community, but it would be nice to hear others' experiences first.

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Iíve registered all my bikes both on 529 and on bikeindex.org. Iíve never had a bike stolen, so no experience on the recovery side, but my impression is that different jurisdictions will refer to one and not the other.

I did use them once to check if an abandoned bike was registered. It wasnít and after checking with building management I removed it and recycled it at my local co-op.
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I never heard about it until the YouTube algorithm force fed me a video the other day. I posted the video here and it’s from the same guy’s channel you posted. It sounds like a great idea, but all it takes is one bureaucrat to kill the best of ideas.

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Sounds like a code name for a Russian sub
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