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Potential Solution for Bike Theft
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http://stolenbicycleregistry.com/identidots.phpFrom a reliable and trusted source,  FYI.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Hainey Nov 5, 2012.

 

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Chris Hainey replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"It might be too late for this bike I saw parked at my Metra station. Unsecured quick-release wheels and front and rear LED lights left on the bike."
Nov 5, 2012
Julie Hochstadter replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"Jim, I agree here that you should have introduced yourself as the owner of the company.  If I would have seen it first I would have clarified it for everyone. It's an important fact since it was posted on a community forum.  And…"
Nov 5, 2012
Jim Millican replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"All - My apologies for the confusion regarding my position as company owner. I assure you it was not intentional and had assumed it to be more transparent. Julie and I have been in discussions about how we can each participate in helping one…"
Nov 5, 2012
Self-sealing Stembolt replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"I hardly think it would take a grinder to remove these.   A sharp knife sould peel them neatly off without much paint damage.   If not, a little acetone or xylene should pull it off too.  The epoxy might be able to withstand the…"
Nov 5, 2012
Juan Primo replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"Oh, I thought you were a regular forum member. IdentiDots is your company. Maybe you should have bought an ad here."
Nov 5, 2012
Juan Primo replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"The way I read it, this is like having an additional serial number on your bike or components.  If you are lucky enough to find your bike at a swap or on CL, this would be an additional way to ID the thing.   Of course all bikes have…"
Nov 5, 2012
Jim Millican replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"Great questions; thanks Tony. The dots are suspended in a rugged adhesive that is essentially permanent once it has completely dried.  The benefit here is that a) it's unlikely to get torn off from wear, and 2) for a thief to remove it…"
Nov 5, 2012
Tony Adams 4 mi replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"I'm trying to picture a place on my frame that does not get the crap beat out of it by other bikes in bike racks, poles or stuff to which I lock up the bike or my own stupid self as I drop the bike accidentally etc. While I admire the idea, I…"
Nov 5, 2012
Jim Millican replied to Jim Millican's discussion Potential Solution for Bike Theft
"Excellent points on both counts, and given the years I lived in Lincoln Park, I totally agree with you about the Chicago cops. In their defense, stolen bicycles rarely take a priority because of what is generally considered to be more pressing…"
Nov 4, 2012
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Sep 24, 2012

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What I ride:
Hybrid
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise
About me:
Former Chicago resident, and miss it daily
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://www.identidots.com

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