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Old 06-23-2011, 10:55 AM   #41
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Someone busted your taillight in the pits at MSRH? I know a lot has happened since then, but I'd have gone ballistic on that one. Who with someone else's bike in the pits?????
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Old 06-24-2011, 11:32 AM   #42
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That's very sad that you have to worry about your bike being vandalized over there, especial if you've done nothing wrong.

Sorry to hear about your crash, and the theft of your bike. I'm glad your OK, and you weren't hurt in any of this. The bike is only material and can be replaced, Im hoping you get your bike back in one piece.
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Old 06-24-2011, 05:23 PM   #43
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Old 06-25-2011, 10:33 PM   #45
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Old 06-26-2011, 12:00 AM   #46
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If I lived in apartments I would at least have a GPS hidden somewhere on it.

Sorry to hear about your bike.
Or a garage... Or rent a place at a secure storage place.
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Old 06-26-2011, 12:23 AM   #47
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wow, i just read this Hung... That's terrible man, I hope you're feeling somewhat better about it by now tho.
And now I lost a track buddy too for the season prolly
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Old 06-26-2011, 12:26 AM   #48
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kib, yeah idk who broke my tail light but that was only the beginning for me...

Josh, Hao, thanks for the support. Pleasure knowing you gentlemen.

Kelly, hey, they took the rear front tire I just got from you too. Thank you for checking in.

Ciao, yea, I'm out. I'm glad we got to at least enjoy that one track day.

Simply has a point. The med center, although changing the world day by day with what is done here, is irrevocably diseased with poverty stricken individuals that get bored way too often. You can build up some of the most state of the art facilities, gather some of the most brilliant minds the world has to offer, yet still cannot escape some of the lowest scum of the world knocking on your doorstep. You try to do right and you get done wrong. Guess what? One day when said thief or family/friend of theirs ends up with some illness or requires cancer treatment, I hope they don't get it. Maybe then you may come close to feeling as I do right in this moment.

Every time I leave or come home now, passing that parking spot saddens and infuriates me at the same time. I don't even enjoy coming home anymore. Just driving around this area invokes a very deep anger and frustration in me. However, I know taking justice into my own hands would just be a viscous cycle that would never end.

As far as getting another bike, it is impossible. I worked and saved up for quite some time to obtain that one. I pay my own bills, rent, and high tuition costs. If the thief is on a level where he can read or see this, thank you for taking away my hard work, my stress relief; my bike.

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Old 06-26-2011, 12:32 PM   #49
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I really hope you find it or at least find the guy who did it, also perhaps someone should put their bike out as bait and then get the who trys to take it lol
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dude sorry to hear....

My Type R was stolen from my condo when I first moved to Houston because I didn't have a garage. After 2 days, I started looking for a new place to live, no lie.... it's hard. If they know you have good taste, they might come back for more of your belongings.

I hope they find it in one piece. I "bought" my car back from insurance after it was totaled because it was MY car, pride and joy, etc... I'm sure you understand.

The best thing for you to do is either get a garage, or get the out of that area...
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I really hope you find it or at least find the guy who did it, also perhaps someone should put their bike out as bait and then get the who trys to take it lol

This is said way too often. Why don't you go ahead and volunteer then? Someone always wants to suggest putting someone else's property up for sacrifice. Unless your willing to put your bike up, don't suggest it.
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Old 06-26-2011, 01:47 PM   #52
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Joey, Bevo actually started something like this a while back but I don't know if they've made any progress.

Trish, I am so sorry about your ITR. That's my girl's favorite car and we plan to buy one once everything is good in our lives. I've been into cars for a long time so I know what that can do to you too. I cant even believe living in upgraded quarters such as a condo couldn't keep you safe. I have major respect for you for picking it back up from insurance. Everyone takes the B18C5, the red stitched interior, the 5 lug conversion, everything on that car is a work of art. I thank you for sharing your story with me.
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Old 06-26-2011, 01:51 PM   #53
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hung. i just read this.. really sorry about your bike man.. sucks when people wont work but take other peoples hard earned property.. i hope he or they wreck or fall off an over pass . serves the bastards right... hope you find it. or can get another soon...


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Old 06-26-2011, 02:05 PM   #54
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I was more surprised to find someone smashed your taillight at MSRH, what an . I would of thought everyone respected the other persons property. Im sorry about your bike though.
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Old 06-27-2011, 01:11 AM   #55
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Sorry about your bike brother. hope karma (drunk driver) takes care of that low life.
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Old 06-28-2011, 05:59 PM   #56
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Old 07-21-2011, 09:15 PM   #57
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Sorry bout your bike bro. Small world though I heard this same story from a friend of mine recently. She was telling me how her roommates bf had his bike stolen from the med center right after he went to the track. I was like his name Hung? Silver CBR? She was kind of like yeah....
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UPDATE

***UPDATE***BIKE HAS BEEN RETRIEVED!!!

A week ago Thursday around 10PM I received a call from HPD informing me that they had found my bike. It was located not 15 minutes from where it was stolen in the medical center where I lived previously. Police asked me to meet them on site to verify that it was in fact mine. I was at a friend's house studying and immediately went home to grab my paperwork and gear (it was high 40's that evening.)

It felt like I took forever to get there and it probably did since my friend got lost. Fourty minutes later we get there and thankfully the police waited. The street was so pitch black dark I couldn't even see anything when the officer asked me if that was my bike over there. He finally pointed the flashlight and up until I saw it with my own eyes I didn't believe it...there it was, sitting right near the side of the street.

There were 3-5 grown black men standing behind it and some women too but I didn't really pay attention. I just visually looked over the bike with my own flashlight and saw all the damage they'd caused. I proceeded to show the police my papers for the bike and he said, "Yep, that's it."

Of course, I had to ask; How? How the after nearly six months did they just find it in this ghetto of all places? The officer told me one of those guys had been riding it in the neighborhood, attempting to learn. The neighbors called in for a noise complaint and when the police came out to investigate it, they saw the bike and questioned him about it. He told them that a friend of his who was getting evicted gave him the bike because he could no longer keep it. It wasn't his but he was just using it to learn how to ride. Well cops noticed the missing plates (which I removed for trackday @ MSRH) and ran the VIN and called me! Busted.

Cops asked me if any of them looked like the guy I saw on camera stealing the bike. Unfortunately none of them did. He asked me if I still wanted to press charges and I said "yes them all I don't care." He said he's giving that guy 4 days to release the information of his friend who gave him the bike or else he's taking all the charges and heat. Afterwards he told me I was free to go. I couldn't believe it; I even stumbled and said "What?" Cop then asked "Well don't you want to ride your bike?" I said "YES SIR!"

I proceeded to put the key in the ignition but it didn't work. I was following the wires they yanked with my flashlight when the cop asked one of the guys to come forward and show me how to start the bike. He reached down and said there's a switch hooked up. It bypassed the ignition thus you could start the bike with no key.... I can't even describe to you how it felt to hear that thing fire up and idle. Of course my gauge cluster didn't work, nor did half my taillight, but I didn't care. Mechanically she's just as I left her. Oh, and they broke my gas cap too along with a bunch of stupid cosmetic damage and did burnouts on my new rear tire. They even used duct tape and spray paint to make the bike look different...but it doesn't matter to me. She was back, and I can fix all the rest.

Thanks to all my Moto friends, to HPD, and a special thanks to dumbass thieves for getting caught. I hope to see you guys back out on two soon.
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You should post their address so we can go over there and steal their
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