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bike shop recovers stolen Bike...Is it yours? (pictures inside)

the paint job was a dead give-a-way.

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Nice paint...

'shopped....

mike w. said:

Nice paint...

Who stole it, The Joker?

Artist's rendering of the thief based on witness descriptions:


 
Mike Keating said:

Who stole it, The Joker?

I just realized I'm going to get a metal dog tag with some info on it and weld it to my ride.

http://www.amazon.com/USA-dog-tags-Customized-Military/dp/B00320TS30

"Violet! You're turning violet, Violet." In other new thanks, for recovering a stolen bike.

I'm guessing it wasn't purple when stolen...

I spotted this gold bike yesterday at the Howard Red Line. Maybe they are cousins:))

Is that the new Gold Bike Exchange that Chicago is doing?  You know, like New York, ride the bike to where you need to and leave it for someone else?  Or if you find one you REALLY like you can remove the lock and take it, paint it gold and then let someone else use it for an indefinite amount of time for a small monetary amount to be determined by using such lingo has "4sale hmu"?

Julie Hochstadter said:

I spotted this gold bike yesterday at the Howard Red Line. Maybe they are cousins:))

Hey my dad had his bike stolen from our garage a couple weeks ago it looks like that but was all chrome! Do know if this is that & where at? The purple one. My info below.
Thanks
Tony
847-902-5668.
Tony@AlbanyParkBikes.org
Hey my dad had his bike stolen from our garage a couple weeks ago it looks like that but was all chrome! Do know if this is that & where at? My info below.
Thanks
Tony
847-902-5668.
Tony@AlbanyParkBikes.org

Looks like the thief had trouble getting chipped in.



rwein5 said:

Interesting pedals. Does anyone have cleats for those?

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