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Old 07-31-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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stolen bike

so i go to the movies lastnight after riding with a friend all day and halfway thorugh the movie i decide to go outside to smke a cigg and check on up both of my helmets bc i left them attached to the bike and the bike was gone it didnt even have 2500 miles on it yet. if anybody sees it please notify me it had a norcal sticker on it and yu can see it on my profile
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Old 07-31-2008, 03:39 PM   #2
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Sorry to hear that. Its ashame you cant leave your stuff unattended for 90mins
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Old 07-31-2008, 03:41 PM   #3
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so i go to the movies lastnight after riding with a friend all day and halfway thorugh the movie i decide to go outside to smke a cigg and check on up both of my helmets bc i left them attached to the bike and the bike was gone it didnt even have 2500 miles on it yet. if anybody sees it please notify me it had a norcal sticker on it and yu can see it on my profile
thats why i never take my bike to the movie theatre.. where was this at??? sorry about your loss
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Old 07-31-2008, 03:42 PM   #5
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dude it wassnt even 90 mintues the bike was out there for maybe 45 mins and they took two shoei helmets with it
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rave its like on west little york and hwy 6
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sorry to hear... did you at least have theft insurance?
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sorry to hear....

3 primary locations for theives....

malls

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easy places where no one is concerned with anything else besides themselves and they know you are occupied. GL finding it.
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yeah i did but they will only cover 6000 dollars in it i mean its something at least and thanks guys hoipe to get a new bike soon
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dude it wassnt even 90 mintues the bike was out there for maybe 45 mins and they took two shoei helmets with it
Yea but the thieves been waiting all day...........

sorry your bike was stolen, ive been there and learnd the hard way too. chances are they wont find it.....so i hope you have full coverage(if not ive been there too).
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sorry to hear bud. good luck finding the bike and the that stole it.
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yeah i did but they will only cover 6000 dollars in it i mean its something at least and thanks guys hoipe to get a new bike soon
why pay for insurance that doesnt help?
in other words, why not have it fully insured?
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sorry to hear....

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yeah i did but they will only cover 6000 dollars in it i mean its something at least and thanks guys hoipe to get a new bike soon
why will they only cover $6K? no gap insurance? for everyone else now... in houston you should have at a minimum: liability, theft w/ gap. If you had those then you'd be for a few minutes... then you'd realize that your's had 2500 miles and that was too many so you get a new bike
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Old 07-31-2008, 03:49 PM   #15
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ing the people that stole it i was planning to ride to austin this weekend too
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why pay for insurance that doesnt help?
in other words, why not have it fully insured?
very few have gap insurance. Maybe the next bike he will purchased it.
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well that f'n blows. its right down the road from where I live. what pricks.
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very few have gap insurance. Maybe the next bike he will purchased it.
that sux, hard lesson to learn.
seems like lo-jack or similer is cheap when it compares to paying for a bike you no longer have. I might have to do some lo-jack shopping as well.
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that sux, hard lesson to learn.
seems like lo-jack or similer is cheap when it compares to paying for a bike you no longer have. I might have to do some lo-jack shopping as well.
i dont understand why peeps doint have either lo-jack or theft insurance. but 1 of those is a must, and GAP insurance is always mandatory
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i don't understand why anyone would take a bike to the movies in the 1st place? I'm sorry, but that was a dumb decision on your part.
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