More than 100 stolen bicycles will be on display at Kennington Police Station in an attempt to reunite them with their owners.
Many of these bicycles have been stolen over the last 14 months and there are a variety of makes and styles, ranging in value from £70 to as much as £5,000.
Anyone claiming a bicycle will need to provide proof of ownership and identity, such as a frame number, a receipt, a photograph of the bike and/or personal knowledge of the bicycle.
Many of the images are also on the Met's Flickr channel so that people can also view them online.
Mechanics from PemPeople Bike Project will be on hand to deliver advice and minor repairs free of charge.
People can also bring their bikes to be security marked by police.
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