We all know that theft rings are working hard during an event like Bike Week. First stealing bikes, then disassembling them as fast as possible to resell the parts on the black market. But the Daytona Beach Police Department is getting very high tech. For the 1st time during Bike Week GPS devices were attached to high end bait motorcycles. The system is internet based and by going online police officers are able to track the precise location of the stolen bikes. GPS devices have been installed on Harleys, custom choppers and Japanese sport bikes. During Bike Week 46 bikes disappeared in Volusia County instead of 70 last year. 16 of them were recovered during the week. But no word from the DBPD if some of these stolen bikes were recovered because of GPS tracking..