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    Stolen bike alert!!!!

    I just got two bikes in for service, and the guy who brought them in has no clue what they are. Obviously stolen, son!

    The first one is a Specialized Enduro SX, black and white in color, a 17" frame, fox air Rp2 rear, Talas front, Kenda Cortex front, Nevegal rear, Thompson stem, red CC headset, this was somebody's baby.

    The other one is a white Transition Double, Gamut guide, Truvativ cranks, RS Argyle fork, FSA headset, Tioga stem, Funn bar, definitely not a crackhead rig.....


    Holler at me, let's get these bikes back to their owners!
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    I am hoping you got the guys Details... so when you find the rightful owners they can press charges!

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    Also, my friend recently had a ti Kona stolen. It was an old bike that had recently had a fork put on. This was in Asheville. Would appreciate any help finding it.

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    how do you know they are stolen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadatbirth
    how do you know they are stolen?
    Because he brought them in for service. Who does that anymore? I hate thieves.

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    Were either of the frames rootbeer in color? Did they look unusually flexy?

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    Dude, I know a dentist out that way who had his Enduro stolen. I'll have to give him a ring.
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    We found the owner of the transition... still looking for the owner of the sx!!

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    wow! that was fast. how did you get ahold of the owner?

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    first time customers beware.


    is the specialized black and white? if so its mine

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    Any bike shop employee can smell a stolen bike from a mile away. Shoot me a pm, and let me know the parts, the serial #, or anything that might id the bike or prove who you are, then I will cross reference with Suspension experts, APD, and the shop where it was bought..... It is not cool to buy or sell stolen bikes.... Thanks!

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    thanks yall.

    found the owners, thank you mtbr folks! success!

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    Wow, that's awesome. Nothing better than hearing about a bike or bikes in this case being returned to its rightful owner. Thieves suck. Kudos to the bike shop!!! Mine was stolen and returned in a similar fashion a few years back.
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    That is great! I need to video tape my bikes real good and make a record of the serials somewhere close by.

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    I have a idea about a great resource for bike owners! Hmmmm, I may have to see about marketing this idea!

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    Good going, BH. I hope you got a reward on those.

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    Thanks for ending my day with good news. MTB people are awesome!

    Bad Karma to Bike Thieves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikehick
    found the owners, thank you mtbr folks! success!
    Not quite the full story, yes?

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    C'mon bikehick, let us in on what REALLY went down.
    It's just frustrating sometimes being an Athena...

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    hey i saw those!!! they were in a dumpster in parts
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    whoops i was lying...srry
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    Quote Originally Posted by bleu
    C'mon bikehick, let us in on what REALLY went down.
    When the guy came in to the shop, it was pretty obvious that neither of these bikes belonged to him. After we started talking about the Transition, he said that he saw a bunch of kids trying to pawn it, so he bought it from them for $120. When I brought up the idea that it could be stolen, he said something to the effect of "Yeah, probably". After that, we started calling around.

    One of the folks in the Asheville police department sends out weekly emails with a list of bikes that have been reported stolen. Neither of these were on there, since they were either reported in a different county, or not reported at all. If this guy hadn't been so obviously sketchy, we probably never would have known. So in the future, if you ever happen to get your bike stolen, make sure to go down to a police station and file a report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronFPeet
    When the guy came in to the shop, it was pretty obvious that neither of these bikes belonged to him. After we started talking about the Transition, he said that he saw a bunch of kids trying to pawn it, so he bought it from them for $120. When I brought up the idea that it could be stolen, he said something to the effect of "Yeah, probably". After that, we started calling around.

    One of the folks in the Asheville police department sends out weekly emails with a list of bikes that have been reported stolen. Neither of these were on there, since they were either reported in a different county, or not reported at all. If this guy hadn't been so obviously sketchy, we probably never would have known. So in the future, if you ever happen to get your bike stolen, make sure to go down to a police station and file a report.
    Aaannnnnddddd....that's still not the entire story.

    While it's great that you guys returned the Transition, don't you think it's a little out of line to call a LEGITIMATE paying customer a "crackhead" and "sketchy?"

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    I use a paint pen and write my info on the bottom bracket... along with "if the name on repair order isn't alloynipples then this bike is stolen". Doubt a theif would be able to remove a bottom bracket. Ya never know, just one more chance on getting it back.
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    If a guy walks in with a bike worth several Gs, that is not "off the shelf" but yet knows nothing about it. Then add odd behavior or just general bad feeling into the mix and you get all sorts of "Alarms" going off in your gut and your head follows.

    I am normally a trusting person by nature but my gut has never lead me wrong about a person... I am assuming this shop guy had the same type of thing going on.

    You get that feeling in your gut, you better listen to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drkenan
    don't you think it's a little out of line to call a LEGITIMATE paying customer a "crackhead" and "sketchy?"
    Nope, not at all. In my few years working in an Asheville shop I could point out dozen's of 'sketchy crackheads' types that came in the shop.

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    Great ending to the story! I never thought about it much but a dilligent bike shop employee will naturally pick up on all kinds of quirky customer behavior. Just the same as in any other customer service position.
    No profiling paranoia please. People are thievin' all over the place nowadays. You can bury your head in the sand & pretend not to see it or you can be cautious/ready. Thank you for looking out for us Mr. bike shop man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikenMoto
    No profiling paranoia please.!
    tell that to the shop employee who immediately thought the bikes were stolen when he first saw the person.

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    Sounds like someone is a little paranoid.

    I guess you think it would have been better to just service them and let him go on his way.

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    "No good deed goes unpunished" You'll never, EVER, EVER satisfiy everyone even when you do the "right thing". Those negative types suck......and I thought only Wilson'z sucked......
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    Quote Originally Posted by gatman
    I guess you think it would have been better to just service them and let him go on his way.
    exactly.

    he automatically thinks a bike is stolen because he thinks someone looks like a "crackhead?"

    i bet theres a sign in the shop to all customers: "please provide receipt of your bicycle to prove you didnt steal it"

    what would happen if your local auto repair place thought every car was stolen because some "crackhead" brought it in for service?


    before he even found out that one was supposedly stolen, he post on the internet that the bike is stolen.

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    I do believe his assumption was correct! Maybe your handle should read betteroffdead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcstoned
    I do believe his assumption was correct! Maybe your handle should read betteroffdead.
    read what i said again slick
    BEFORE he knew one was stolen, he posts online that they are both stolen.


    maybe your handle should be imtoostonedtocomprehendwhathejustsaidsoillbashhima ndmakemyselflookkindabutreallyjustajerkoff......bu t that might not fit.

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    No, it wasn't. Guy isn't a crackhead. One of the bikes was stolen (he didn't know it), but the other bike is legitimately his.
    It's just frustrating sometimes being an Athena...

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadatbirth
    read what i said again slick
    BEFORE he knew one was stolen, he posts online that they are both stolen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sjanes
    maybeyoushouldalwaystypelikethisleavingoutspacesan dpunctuationthenpeoplewillreallytakeyoumorseriousl y.....
    sorry, its not funny the third time someone does it

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadatbirth
    sorry, its not funny the third time someone does it
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    Quote Originally Posted by bleu
    No, it wasn't. Guy isn't a crackhead. One of the bikes was stolen (he didn't know it), but the other bike is legitimately his.
    Like I said before, I'm the mechanic who took both of these bikes in, and I was the one who made the initial judgement. The whole thing started when I asked about one of the bikes, and he implied that it was could have been stolen. From there, I casually mentioned it to a few other shops in town, and within an hour, we learned that the Transition was in fact stolen. It is not too much of a far stretch to assume that both were stolen.

    After examining the second bike, we noticed that the top of the seat tube was cracked, due to improper adjustment. From the evidence that he had given us, it seemed prudent to offer up a description to the general public, and hope that the rightful owner found his way to us. In this case, we were wrong. The owner of the bike contacted us, and let us know that he had sold it to our customer, and that everything was on the level.

    Today, the owner of the stolen Transition came in to pick up his bike, which had been missing for three weeks, and he couldn't have been happier. For that, everything was worth it, and if we take some flak on the internet, I think we're ok with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronFPeet
    After examining the second bike, we noticed that the top of the seat tube was cracked, due to improper adjustment. From the evidence that he had given us, it seemed prudent to offer up a description to the general public, and hope that the rightful owner found his way to us. In this case, we were wrong. The owner of the bike contacted us, and let us know that he had sold it to our customer, and that everything was on the level.
    I do believe the phrase you are looking for here is prior owner. Your assumptions and biases are coming through still, even though you were already proven wrong, and admitted to be wrong on 50% of your assumption.

    The story you are telling still forgets to mention that the guy is a professor at the local college, which is a far step from your description as a crackhead, btw.

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    end the end it will all work out!

    I would just like to apologize to anyone else offended by my original posting! I have spoken with the owner of the sx, the original seller, and offered my apologies for thinking he was an owner of 2 stolen bikes, when it was just one that ended up being stolen. All parties are ccol with me, and the sx owner is continuing to do business with us, as is the original seller, who came in the shop today for some stuff, and is good people. I did jump to a conclusion, as did every one else at the shop that day. it was a strange vibe with the whole thing, and I was appointed the poster for the thread, it was not that i deemed the guy a crackhead, I meant that he bought them from a probable drug addict, the most common thieves of bikes in an urban area. Next time I will watch my words a little more, I went to Enka. Please remember the original owner's delight upon getting his old baby back! Please shoot me a pm in you have any questions or concerns, I'd like to tell anybody that has an issue the whole story on my end, we can meet up and discuss is over a ride, or a beer. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadatbirth
    sorry, its not funny the third time someone does it
    It wasn't funny the first time.

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    I think this is pretty funny. A college professor who purchases two bicycles legally, is accused of theft and drug abuse, then slandered all over the net. He prevents a high end bicycle from being pawned and agrees that it is probably stolen when he brings it in, yet he is the one accused of being a crackhead.

    When said bike proves to be stolen, the shop beams in glory for reuniting the owner/bike and the guy who actually saved it from a pawn shop death is still a sketchy crackhead.

    Nice play...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoney98
    The story you are telling still forgets to mention that the guy is a professor at the local college, which is a far step from your description as a crackhead, btw.
    If my 7 years in community college taught me anything, it's that ALL local college professors are sketchy crackhead types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostin
    who purchases two bicycles legally,...When said bike proves to be stolen,
    You can NOT legally purchase stolen property...

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostin
    . He prevents a high end bicycle from being pawned and agrees that it is probably stolen when he brings it in, yet he is the one accused of being a crackhead.
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    More like he purchased stolen property, and when it was suggested it was stolen he agreed. He didn't walk into the shop and say "hey I think these bikes are stolen, can you help?". If the OP didn't say anything he probably would have had them serviced and went on his way with his stolen goods.

    If the 'professor' really wanted to do the right thing he should have called the police and directed them to the pawn shop. If he knew the bikes were hot, and he was trying to do the right thing why did he risk $120?

    Think about it this way. You're a cop, you pull a guy over and he's driving a stolen vehicle. When confronted he says "yeah, probably is stolen...but...but...I was taking it to a mechanic to have them track down the rightful owners!". Sounds like BS huh!?
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    Offering too much info on the Interwebs will offer an opportunity for the crook to ask his friend (maybe not a true friend, but someone he owes money for crack) to contact you, claiming, not to be a crack-dealing friend of the crack-head, but instead, to be a respectable member of society who doesn't do crack, who sold the bike to the suspected crackhead. If you believe this, you're crack, crack, crack.

    While we're on the subject, punishment for crack use has been slashed to 18:1 from something like 18 million-to-one. Now, poor cocaine-users face punishment that's JUST 18 TIMES the punishment for rich cocaine users.

    That seems just.

    BTW, I don't use cocaine, either.

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    so.....

    The next time the mechanic kid with the sweet tattoos applies for a real job and is by-passed because of his interesting fashion choices it won't be such a big deal right? Not to perpetuate stereotypes, but isn't everyone with tats a criminal?

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    what shop was this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky
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    Quote Originally Posted by SICK
    The next time the mechanic kid with the sweet tattoos applies for a real job and is by-passed because of his interesting fashion choices it won't be such a big deal right? Not to perpetuate stereotypes, but isn't everyone with tats a criminal?

    Fashion and Tats are a choice NOT a PROTECTED CLASS...

    And anyone applying for any job should dress appropriate for that position (ie hide the tat if need be), If you can not show up for an interview dressed correctly how are going to show up to work if you are hired same exact thing as showing up on time and alert?

    Get over it everyone is Prejudiced... EVERYONE! We are not talking RACE and/or RACISM...

    If we were not Prejudiced no one would buy $100 shoes, $1000 dollar jewelry or $30,000 dollar cars.

    And if a guy shows up to your door selling SNAKE OIL do you listen to your gut (at the risk of be prejudiced) and send his ass packing because you feel he is sketchy or do ignore your gut and buy is over priced B.S. and give him your money because you would rather be broke than considered prejudiced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostin
    I think this is pretty funny. A college professor who purchases two bicycles legally, is accused of theft and drug abuse, then slandered all over the net. He prevents a high end bicycle from being pawned and agrees that it is probably stolen when he brings it in, yet he is the one accused of being a crackhead.

    When said bike proves to be stolen, the shop beams in glory for reuniting the owner/bike and the guy who actually saved it from a pawn shop death is still a sketchy crackhead.

    Nice play...
    So the guy thinks it's stolen, and to show what an upstanding guy he is, he keeps the bike for himself?

    And only mentions it was probably stolen when the very perceptive mechanics ask questions.

    Maybe he thought the bike shop was a police station?

    What a guy!

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