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    Niner -Stolen 8/27/2012 – From my garage – Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121

    I realize chances are slim, but please email me if you see it.

    tjpotsie atgmaildotcom

    Thanks!

    2011 Niner Air Nine,

    Frame – Scandium, Large, Raw (Silver)
    XT M780 Shifters, Brakes, Derailleur(s)
    XTR Bottom bracket, black
    Thompson Stem, black
    Niner Carbon Flat Bar – Black/Smoke
    Cane Creek Headset
    Rock Shock 29”Reba XX, 100mm, Black
    Ergon GPX1 grips, Black
    Thompson Seat post, Black
    Fizix Saddle
    DKG Seatpost Clamp, Silver
    Crank Brothers Candy pedals, Black
    Stan’s / ZTR Crest wheel set
    WTB Bronson 2.2 Tires
    1 Water Bottle Cage – Red

    Will update with serial number once I have a chance to look for it.

    Super bummed,
    Potsie

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    Dude! This is getting out of hand, thieves are breaking and entering to steal bikes. Chris Van Dine had something like four bikes stolen out of his home in Park City recently as well. I'll keep an eye out, good luck!

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    I like bikes.

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    Sorry man...this is getting nuts. Feel like I should start chaining my bikes to the work bench or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor Lord of Thunder View Post
    start chaining my bikes to the work bench or something.
    yup, sadly that is the plan going forward.

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    Same **** happened last summer to my Sworks Enduro. Broke down my garage side door, left my other 2 bikes and my snowboarding equipment tho. Now all bikes stay in the house.

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    I'm just in the habit of locking them up in the garage, extended the house alarm to the garage in hopes of a little detterance. I am sorry to hear about getting your bike stolen I hope it turns up and the bastards that took it get busted. Just last week I had my ca window smashed so I now that shitty violated feeling you have.

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    good crud this is nasty. may need to start wrapping them in duct tape or putting huffy stickers on them to keep thieves away.

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