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Old 03-13-2010, 04:10 PM   #21
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So you're going to harass me about my trailer full of track bikes just because you had a friend have their bike stolen?

Where the fck is your probable cause?
did you even read the OP's post? of course i'm not going to be suspicious about a moto specific trailer hauling track bikes. I have no idea what he saw, but I can only assume it was suspicious b/c he posted about it. If I saw a generic trailer going down the road slung full of bikes (this is my picture of suspicious) of course i'm going to be curious about it.
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Old 03-13-2010, 04:11 PM   #22
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Don't wanna get into an argument with you... because I mostly agree with you, but bikes are not being taken "left and right." They are getting stolen frequently, but no more frequently than you'd expect for a large city like Houston.

To start calling in every single trailer... c'mon lol....

Just yesterday on my way back north to Huntsville, I saw a trailer JUST like the one you are talking about. Was this yesterday by any chance?

It was some rickety old POS trailer with no real decent tie downs. I honestly think the bikes were holding each other up.

I still didn't feel the need to involve cops.

If you see some one LOADING a bike into a van, then you call the cops.
maybe I used the term "left and right" loosely just as "paranoid" but you only hear about what's getting posted on this forum. It's not headline news for stolen bikes. I can safely say one bike is stolen in the houston area everyday, and you just don't hear about it.
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This was not a trailer with strapped down bikes, it was a trailer with bikes piled onto it, not really strapped down or anything. Again the bikes did not have license plates, it was the truck that had out of state license plates. The auction thing does make sense, I didnt overreact because I obviously didnt call it in, i posted a thread about it seeming suspicious and what someone should do if they saw something like this, forgive my ignorance for not ever seeing bikes thrown into a truck like that.

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Time is money in the hotshot game, dude. So being stopped because some guy thinks out of state tags on a bunch of bikes in a truck is suspicious, is ridiculous. There are these things called auctions that many bike shops and individuals purchase bikes from... they've got to get back home somehow.

And my bike being stolen will never change my view on that... quit thinking like the gestapo.

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Theives are smarter than that, to flash off what they stole. They either were a hot shot/auction bikes/ or dealership "used" bought in bulk. Seen all of it b4. Dont worry if there going to steal anything its going to be hidden frm the public eye. Think about it.
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This was not a trailer with strapped down bikes, it was a trailer with bikes piled onto it, not really strapped down or anything. Again the bikes did not have license plates, it was the truck that had out of state license plates. The auction thing does make sense, I didnt overreact because I obviously didnt call it in, i posted a thread about it seeming suspicious and what someone should do if they saw something like this, forgive my ignorance for not ever seeing bikes thrown into a truck like that.
i think i wouldve been curious too....im sure if it was late at night and a cop had been on the road with yall he probablly wouldve been pulled over, just cuz. i think it was a legit question to ask.
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and didnt he mention the trailer had no plates??????..... i would have called just on that with al the bikes
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