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    Stolen Bike

    My friend, Evan, had his bike stolen yesterday from SE Division and 27th in Portland, OR. Broad daylight, busy street.

    ư1979 GS750, plate # M534702, engine and frame number gs75044418.



    Keep an eye out, please.
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    they shoot bike thieves don't they?

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    I do.
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    Someone must have a titled frame or a titled piece of shit. Just curious, did he park in the same place everyday? Goodluck!
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    Not every day. I think this was the 3rd day he had parked it there.
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    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...the-Cafe-Racer How to build a cafe racer

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    Wow that sux. Either it is a joy rider or someone looking to part it out. Make sure your buddy files a police report.
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    Yeah, he did. I doubt it's a joyrider. People might stop someone from hotwiring a bike (busy street, middle of the day) but I reckon they picked it up in a truck.
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    A lot of store owners have cameras outside of their establishments these days. It’s possible they might want to share any footage they have with your buddy.
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    this sort of begs a question i was discussing with a buddy last weekend...

    who among us uses fork locks?

    i do not.
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    Good idea, J.

    Catboy, I will start using one, too. My daily is so ugly and worthless that I hope no one would want to steal it in it's present form (knock on wood).

    Won't stop it from being lifted into a truck, though.
    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...sic-motorcycle How to buy a used bike
    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...the-Cafe-Racer How to build a cafe racer

    It's like a Machiavellian 4-volume trilogy based on Hamlet senza misura with an ego-maniacal downs syndrome kid reading from a Rube Goldeberg-esque kindle.

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