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    Stolen Titus

    Never thought it'd happen to me but my bike has been stolen. A 2006 Titus Motolite size medium. I know that its gone and probably already stripped down will never come back. Totally bummed. Any tips are welcome. Sighhhh. Stolen in Park City on 8/26.
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    try to keep an eye on craigslist or ksl for any parts or frame..Also check ebay frequently...How was it stolen?? Off the car or trail??

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    Wow, was this in SLC? Seems we've been loosing a lot of bikes lately.

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    I live in Park City, UT in a neighborhood called Pinebrook. It was stolen on 8/26 in the early morning hours from the garage. It was a great bike, BB7 brakes, Thomson seatpost and stem, DT swiss wheels, Hope hubs, XT crankset, Float RL fork, Race Face carbon bars, and Eggbeater SL Pedals. I put the word out in town, and hopefully she shows up. Keep your eyes peeled please!

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    I hate to hear that it has happened to another rider. My Yeti ASX was stolen about 2 months ago. The sick feeling in my stomach is about gone, but I still have a sliver of hope that I see someone riding my bike (especially since school has started up again) and I can get her back. Anyway, good luck

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    I couldn't imagine... I'll keep an eye out.
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    No!!!

    this is really sad to hear...especially knowing how much pipes loves his bike and loves to ride. Lets all keep an eye out!

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