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    Stolen bikes!

    Two pretty unique bikes:

    2006 Specialized S-works Enduro, brown, large frame, with Saint brakes, RS Lyrik U-turn, Reverb seat post, Race Face stem and bars.

    2004 Intense Uzzi VPX, powdercoated metallic green, white 2010 Boxxer, Saint all around.

    Also 2012 Lib-Tech T-rice pro splitboard with Karakoram bindings, and a 2010 Gnu Billy Goat 166.

    I'm insured but it still sucks! If anyone spots them shoot me an email:

    rich.grandzol@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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    Ouch...that sucks. The T-Rice and Karakorams are almost worth as much as one of your bikes!

    EB

    P.S. Photos are always beneficial. Also, put up flyers at the local shops, pawn shops, and keep an eye on Craig's for some of that stuff.

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    Good call, Eric.

    Here is the Uzzi.
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    Rich, that seriously sucks. Very sorry. I'll spread the word around.

    edit: where were these stolen from? Also you should post a description on the Duthie Hill FB page. Stolen bikes have actually been spotted at and recovered from Duthie Hill.
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    They were locked in a storage unit in an underground secured garage at the Equinox on Eastlake Ave E. Obviously not secured enough.

    I'll post on the Duthie page, good idea. I was actually doing trail work there a few years ago when we recovered a bike!

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    You did not have LoJack installed on your bikes?

    On a serious note do they make a GPS tracker for bikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summit Ridge Guy View Post
    On a serious note do they make a GPS tracker for bikes?
    There actually is such a thing. I can't dig up the link right now, but it's basically a pager + GPS in a tail-light housing, that alerts you with tracking info. IIRC it was developed in the U.K. where lights are required on road bikes or something like that.
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    that sucks, I just had three of my bikes Stolen also. I will keep an eye out.

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