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If you FIND a stolen bike please lock securely with your u-lock and call police!
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10/22/12 STOLEN Yeti 575
Stolen the morning of 10/22/12 from Dallas (75205).
Someone kicked in the door and took it. Police report was filed; serial number is still in the works.
- 2008 Yeti 575
- Carbon rear triangle
- DTSwiss 1540 wheels
- RaceFace Next Carbon bars and seatpost
- Point1 Stem
- SRAM Juicy Ultimate rear brake
- SRAM Elixir CR front break
If found, lock it up and call the police! Owner (Michael) can be reached at Viant (at) live-dot-com.
5/10/2012 Stolen Xtracycle
– Xtracycle Free Radical attached to red/black ’97 Schwinn Moab mtn bike
– Stolen Thursday, May 10 from Oak Lawn (75219) from open garage
4/18/2012 Stolen red Rans Formula LE
– Stolen April 18 from Winnetka Heights (75208)
– Serial number is 6X05070052
4/18/2012 Stolen 26 in. Newton Gravity lavender bike
– Stolen overnight in Dallas (75231) from City Central apartments at Pineland & Fair Oaks.
– Serial number is L040401465; Newton Gravity 26 inch woman’s bike in a Lavender color.
– Might have a TWU parking permit sticker on the front bar, Schwinn bike seat and might have a white bell on the right handle that reads “This bike is my car”.
– It might be missing a wheel (not sure if thieves replaced wheel but the front tire is still locked up).
|Bicycle Type||Mountain bike, front suspension|
|Sizes||Large, medium, small, xlarge|
|Colors||Midnight and Light Blue|
|Frame & Fork|
|Frame Tubing Material||6061 T6 aluminum, double-butted|
|Fork Brand & Model||RockShox S.I.D Race 2.5 inches of travel|
|Fork Material||Carbon fiber/magnesium, triple-clamp crown|
|Rear Shock||Not applicable|
|Component Group||Mountain Mix|
|Brakeset||Avid 1D-20 brakes, Shimano Deore XT levers|
|Shift Levers||Shimano Deore XT RapidFire SL|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Deore XT|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano XTR SGS|
|Crankset||Bontrager Race, 22/32/44 teeth|
|Bottom Bracket||Shimano BB-UN52|
|BB Shell Width||Unspecified|
|Rear Cogs||9-speed, 11 – 32 teeth|
|Chain||Shimano CN-HG72, 1/2 x 3/32″|
|Saddle||WTB SSTX, chromoly rails|
|Handlebar||Bontrager Race Modified|
|Handlebar Extensions||Not included|
|Handlebar Stem||Bontrager Race|
|Rims||Front: Bontrager Race, Rear: Bontrager Race Assymetric, 24-hole/28-hole|
|Tires||26 x 1.95″ WTB NanoRaptor DNA|
|Spoke Brand||DT stainless steel|
-Specialized blue mountain bike stolen
–Stolen from Deep Ellum Arts festival. It was locked to a parking meter off Main and Crowdus.
-$100 Reward is offered. If found please call police and contact owner at 817-975-2312
– 2009 Schwinn “Coffee”
-Late 70’s early 80’s 58cm yellow, single gear, Peugeot road bike.
– It was locked to a light post on Ballard Ave. and Eldorado Ave., by the Spiral Cafe.
-Men’s Alpine, black, used circa late 80’s
–Stolen out of a front yard near N. Polk St and Kings Highway in Oak Cliff
-Reward is offered
Stolen 2011 Specialized Amira Expert C2 brand new 54cm women’s bike
-No questions asked reward of $400.
–Serial number is WSBC604031855F. If found please call Cynthia at 469-438-9738.
9/26/10 STOLEN BLACK SCHWINN CRUISER
-West Village bicycle shop stickers
-Stolen from Wells Fargo building in Lakewood on 9/26
9/17/10 STOLEN MARIN HAWK HILL MOUNTAIN BIKE
Stolen in Lake Cliff Park area on afternoon of Tuesday, Sep. 14.
Color: Metallic gray with black lettering
15 inch (38 cm) frame
Manitou front suspension (black)
Black carbon fiber Race Face handle bar
Hayes hydraulic brakes
Bike computer on handle bars
$100 reward if returned in one piece
6/28/2010 STOLEN ROSS PERYTON XC ROAD HYBRID
3/18/2010 STOLEN BLACK SCHWINN CRUISER
Last Location…Ravinia Height, North Oak Cliff (Jefferson and Plymouth area). Stolen from studio behind house.
3/16/2010 STOLEN CANNONDALE CAPO
***UPDATE: OWNER OFFERING 500 DOLLAR REWARD FOR SAFE RETURN: NO QUESTIONS ASKED!***
(via http://pedallas.com) This bike also has silver platform pedals and white leather straps that are not pictured. The Velocity stickers have been removed and the bar tape is now in bad shape. On the seat post there should be mount for a Planet Bike Superflash light.
Last location known: locked to the Vickery and Greenville Street sign. If you spot it, lock it!
2/15/2010 STOLEN SCHWINN CRUISER
Stolen from Springs Apartments, Building 3, outer stairwell, between Thursday 2/10 and Sunday 2/14. If you have any information, please call 214.724.2668. ***Reward for information leading to recovery***
2/12/2010 STOLEN RALEIGH SOJOURN
2009 Tan Raleigh Sojourn stolen from in front of Murray Street Coffee Shop. Black pannier, black rear rack, red bungee cord, tan seat and tape, knog lights and computer.
Thief headed down Commerce St. toward downtown Dallas. Was chased by owner, who yelled at passers-by to stop the man, but no one did anything. BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THIS BIKE. If found please lock up securely with your u-lock and email email@example.com or call police!
Description of thief: “Older homeless black man with dark blue jacket, blue beanie with a light stripe.”
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This is the most important thing you can do right NOW. We learned the hard way.
WRITE DOWN YOUR SERIAL NUMBERS! You have no recourse to recover your property from pawn shops or from the police unless you have serial numbers. Trust me on this one. Jason, please let everyone know.
Also, don’t give up looking on Craigslist or Ebay. These guys that fence property will sit on these bike for a year and then post them for sale.
Also, Hollis wrote this post and setup the page, so she deserves the credit 🙂
Thanks, Jason! And thanks, MTB-girl! 🙂
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Great idea for a website. Don’t give up hope. My bike was stolen from my yard when someone cut the lock that chained it to the fence. My boyfriend spotted someone riding the bike a few days later three blocks from my house and after a short confrontation I got it back!
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We are looking for a Dallas/TX, gov/police sight to check if a suspicious bike might be stolen. Anyone have any links?
I don’t think there are any official government sites for stolen bikes but you should definitely check here: http://www.nationalbikeregistry.com/
My kids bike was stolen last week from right in front of my house with the lock on it, and yesterday we stopped a kid from taking and riding off with other sons’n bike talking about he was gonna call the cops on me. I said do it so I can report you. What do I do to report it?
Neitasschia: sorry for the late reply here. Definitely report the incident to the police so there’s a record of it in their system. It helps to track trends and that information goes to our council men and woman. Second, you can send over a picture and description of the bicycle and we’ll make a post on our site. Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Well kids, if you get your bike stolen in the little town, chances are it has been transfered to bailer, crushed to a compact size, and melted down for recycling or sold for scrap. Isn’t that what all of you hippies are for anyway? Recycling and redistributing wealth? Your bike wasn’t stolen, it was shared with the community. Consider yourselves altruists, not victims.
Moses: sounds like someone is still cranky over not getting into the promised land. Perhaps another 40 years wandering the desert would improve your attitude.
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I don’t have a bike currently but was told when I was in college to lock my bike up with a chain/cable and a U lock. They said bike thieves usually have the tools to deal with one, but not both. Think that still holds true for Dallas?