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    Trek STP 200 "borrowed"

    hey all --

    i just had my Trek STP 200 lifted from me yesterday morning (7/10/06) right in front of my office in downtown Denver. if anyone sees anything about it posted anywhere i would appreciate a heads up. the only thing remotely unique about it, besides the bike itself, is a set of shimano M324 SPD pedals. the STP will be hard to replace so it would be nice if i could actually just get it back. thanx


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    Dude sorry, I work downtown and will keep an eye out. Sorry.
    Black Sheep...where it'ss at!!
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    My eyes are peeled. Good luck bud!
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    thanx people, i appreciate it. i realize it is probably dust in the wind, but i thought it was worth a try.

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    Upset

    I don't believe in capital punishment, but bicycle thieves should have parts of their body (like hands and fingers) dismembered in the center of the town (on a stage) where they ripped off someone's bike so all can see.

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    Idea! They use to Hang Horse thiefs

    Why not Bike Thiefs

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    Great bike, i used to have one myself but sold it to a friend. Im sorry some a$$wipe stole yours. If i see one around, i will club the rider mercilessly till he admits its yours.

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    Funny you should mention it. I noticed the same model bike on eBay today.... . Check eBay auction #190167012642. Prolly a dead end, but worth the couple clicks it takes to get over to eBay.
    Says it's in Tx.... but you might check it out- it's the same bike, just no pedals at all. Auction ends in 4hrs.

    edit: here's a quick photo
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    Am I missing something here?
    Did anyone notice the original post was from July 2006?

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    and?

    Its like a good episode of cold case dude.... the case is never closed till the perp is caught.

    I am still on the lookout for a bike that was thieved from me 6 years ago. I always imagine what i will do if i see someone riding my stolen bike. The chances of finding it are not real good but one can hope.

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