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BikeTrac ‘comes home’ after buyout

Ownership of BikeTrac – which protects 5000 UK customers and has recovered more than 600 stolen bikes – has transferred from Road Angel Group to BikeTrac Ltd to a new company comprising the original founders of the system.

It’s the same team that conceived the product while working with Road Angel back in 2009.

Operating from new headquarters at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire, BikeTrac is now managed by Andrew Conrich and Bill Taylor, the same team who conceived the product while working with Road Angel back in 2009. 

Initially launched to complement Road Angel’s established car product portfolio, BikeTrac became a pioneer in motorcycle tracking, quickly proving its own credentials, but also demonstrating tracking viability as a whole in the fight against bike theft.

BikeTrac sales and marketing director Bill Taylor, commented: “Despite being under new ownership, BikeTrac has truly come home now. Everyone in the new team has previous experience with the product, which has enabled us to make a seamless transition into new ownership. We want to assure our dealers and customers that the same high levels of service will continue, but with a much greater emphasis on development going forwards.”

BikeTrac has scored a number of accolades, becoming the first tracker to be officially endorsed by a manufacturer (Ducati), while also becoming the first motorcycle tracking system to be awarded Thatcham Category 6 and 7 ratings too.


Pictured are Andrew Conrich and Bill Taylor




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