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Murray Bicycle Serial Number Lookup


In 65 they were changing there serial number style and by then they were on the left rear dropout. Some 65 bikes had an MO5 which stood for Murray of Ohio 1965. After these 3 digits was a 2 or 3 digit model number followed by and X and a 1 or 2 digit number that I will discuss momentarily. MO5 = 65 MO6 = 66 MO7 = 67 MO8 = 68 In 69, they changed the layout yet again. They dropped the O. They also went to a 4 digit model number. M9 = 69 M0 = 70 and so on.




Murray Bicycle Serial Number Lookup



A serial number located on a rear dropout. Some BMX bikes and a few Schwinn bicycles place the serial on the rear dropout. On older Schwinns there are numbers stamped on both the drive side and non-drive side rear dropouts; the one on the non-drive side dropout is the serial number.


The most important feature of your bike is its serial number. It is also sometimes referred to as a frame number. Each bike has a unique serial number engraved, and it serves as its unique ID. These digits are the key to identifying your bike.


Register your bike in a bike serial number database. Bike organizations such as Project 529, bikeindex.org (USA), and bikeregister.com (for the UK) will provide a comprehensive tool to store critical data like serial numbers. They also assist you in reporting stolen bikes. These organizations are recognized by the police force. These bike registries increase the traceability of bikes by allowing any registered cycle to be identified by police if it is stolen and recovered.


Once you have registered your bike, you will receive a kit with a weather-resistant- sticker similar to an actual bike serial number. You can stick your serial number wherever your preferred location is on the bicycle frame, and you can use that to track your bicycle if it ever gets stolen.


Bikeregister.com launched a mobile app in 2019. A lot of people are registering serial numbers on the app each day: the local police, retailers, and some citizens. There are over 1,000 searches made on BikeRegister through their website and the mobile app.


An estimated 900,000 bikes have already been registered on the secure database. The app is being used by over 23 Police Forces on thousands of Police-issued mobile devices. They use the app to check bikes using your bicycle serial number or frame number.


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