Rejjee is the smart way to manage all of your valuables. The mobile app lets users register an unlimited number of valuables, and includes a real-time loss/theft reporting tool. The platform also includes a neighborhood lost & found where neighbors can search, post, and recover lost items of value.  Founded in 2014, Rejjee’s mission is to take $1B in stolen goods off the internet.

Rejjee is New York Bicycling Coalition’s official bicycle registry. The registry helps reduce bike theft and increase recovery of stolen bikes. SAFE Bikes, an initiative of Rejjee, was launched in Boston last summer, in partnership with the Boston police agencies. The program was highly successful returning stolen bikes at seven times the national average and was profiled in a Fox 25 News story.

SAFE Bikes is fast and free for all cyclists and law enforcement:

  • Download the free app (iOS & Android) and create an account at
  • Register your bike (including serial number) as well as other valuables
  • Report loss/theft in real-time right from your phone
  • Post or view reports on the neighborhood lost & found

More than 250,000 bikes are stolen in New York each year, and more than two million nation-wide according to the FBI. Yet fewer than two percent are returned to the rightful owner with many winding up for sale on eBay or Craigslist, mainly because so few bicycle owners have their bikes registered. It’s apparent that the time for Rejjee and SAFE Bikes is now!

Visit the Rejjee Website