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    Stolen Bike

    Nov 27th (yes on turkey day),

    19th avenue and Bell. Between 8am and 100pm.

    2007 Specialized Hardrock was stolen from inside a locked 'workshop'.

    Please be on the lookout for it, and if you spot it please call me 602-717-5374.

    mod's:
    WTB lock on grips
    Cycle Computer (red) on handelbars
    Kenda rear tire
    black / yellow striped seat
    stickers on down tube
    rolled tape on 'chainstay'(?)
    diamondback flat pedals
    NEW Truvativ cranks (all black) and ISIS bottom bracket

    noticeables:
    GREEN valve stem cover on front tire. and where the seat tube and top tube meet (inside the triangle), there are 2 areas that are rubbed raw (to the aluminum).

    Thanks for watching out for it!

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    Was it where you work at? Was there any signs of a break in? I work west off Bell and I-17 so I'll keep a eye out...There's been a ton of homeless hanging out at the closed down sizzler on 28th ave and Bell across from Hooters...
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    it was actually my grandmothers house. and yes, they broke in through a window in the 'workshop', and then broke the back door in half and proceeded to shuffle through everything in the house but ONLY took my bike, my gloves and my ipod (since i left these items over there for a few days).

    its a bummer, and i know its not as expensive and extravegant[sp] as some peoples bikes, but this one was mine and i loved riding it...and the new ones look stupid so i will probably be buying used

    but thanks for watching out for it
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    Man that sucks...eff tweakers. Is she going file a insurance report? Might be worth it...

    I'll def keep a eye out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckybastard
    Man that sucks...eff tweakers. Is she going file a insurance report? Might be worth it...

    I'll def keep a eye out.

    yes definately!

    I am gathering a list of the parts that i had on it to send in to the insurance to be re-imbursed...i am thinking it was some teenager who lives near by or some strung out looser..because the med cabinets were also hit inside. anyways, thanks for lookin out dude!
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    The frame itself is black like the picture, correct?

    I live in that general area and will definitely keep an eye out for it too.

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    jim, yes the frame looks just like the one pictured.

    thanks for watching!
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    scour craigslist and local classified ads, pawn shops and see if they're trying to sell it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostFab
    scour craigslist and local classified ads, pawn shops and see if they're trying to sell it.

    i have been all over craigslist, and ebay. there is actually a few pawn shops in the area...i probably need to shoot over to them.

    thanks for the tip
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioport
    This should be bery interesting....
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    hardrok mountain bike bery god shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by QCdirtbag
    hardrok mountain bike bery god shape
    Sounds like a tweaker to me
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    for sure!!!, but unfortunately i already checked that one out...

    myne did not have the silver "S" on the seat tube, and seat rails did not stick that far up...nice find tho! thanks for checkin!
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