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Old 01-21-2012, 11:05 PM   #101
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that awesome man, my bro told me your story yesterday and im with him you have some control. I check on my bike all the time and its stressful even in a place you know. Its good to know we have our brother back on two wheels.
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Old 01-21-2012, 11:54 PM   #102
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if i ever move into an apartment or have to park my bike in an exposed area, Low jack is the only answer
Yeah Low Jack is the way to go if your n apts. I had mines stolen last year so now I just roll my current motorcycle into my front door.

And great to hear you got her back.

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Old 01-22-2012, 12:36 AM   #103
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Old 01-25-2012, 04:33 PM   #104
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Old 01-26-2012, 03:08 PM   #105
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Holy old thread batman! Unfortunately the conclusion to my story is not as epic as I would have imagined or liked. As cliche as it sounds, the perpetrator found with my bike did essentially receive just a slap on the wrist. I was informed he cooperated with law enforcement to release the name of the thief. However, it was something and I quote, "generic." The officers could not obtain a physical address because the baller thief got evicted from his place of residence before giving up the bike. In addition to this, the perpetrator had a witness that testified that he received the bike from said thief to learn on it and potentially purchase it.

Thus, is still out there. I'm sure karma and justice will corner him eventually. Natheless, we win some, we lose some. Overall I would consider we did win to a degree. We do have the bike back.

Three months now under construction and it's back on the road. I actually just took her to class. For anyone wondering, I do have correct coverage on it now and it is well kept. Looking forward to seeing everyone again soon and continuing where we left off.

*Special shout out to Floyd600 for the long evenings lol.*
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Old 01-26-2012, 03:16 PM   #106
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Holy old thread batman! Unfortunately the conclusion to my story is not as epic as I would have imagined or liked. As cliche as it sounds, the perpetrator found with my bike did essentially receive just a slap on the wrist. I was informed he cooperated with law enforcement to release the name of the thief. However, it was something and I quote, "generic." The officers could not obtain a physical address because the baller thief got evicted from his place of residence before giving up the bike. In addition to this, the perpetrator had a witness that testified that he received the bike from said thief to learn on it and potentially purchase it.

Thus, is still out there. I'm sure karma and justice will corner him eventually. Natheless, we win some, we lose some. Overall I would consider we did win to a degree. We do have the bike back.

Three months now under construction and it's back on the road. I actually just took her to class. For anyone wondering, I do have correct coverage on it now and it is well kept. Looking forward to seeing everyone again soon and continuing where we left off.

*Special shout out to Floyd600 for the long evenings lol.*
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Old 08-11-2012, 11:45 AM   #107
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Do you have an apt on the first floor or second floor? If first, have you thought about just keeping it in your living room or spare guest room? And you said well kept, so is it still at your friends house with the garage?

This thread is like an homer epic poem....I keep checking for updates on the bike....congrats on getting your bike...I hope you have LoJack or some gps tracking of some sort...it seems they weren't pros and just crackheads that stolen your bike so I'm sure they wouldn't know how to disarm a LoJack system properly without triggering it

*also do you have brake locks just in case you ride to the mall or store and have to leave it outside?
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