Stolen Motorized Bicycles

paul

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use this area to post your stolen motorized bicycles. post pictures, where they where stolen and anything else to help locate them. hopefully if we all keep a watch we can find someone's bike.
 

MotorBicycleRacing

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Make sure that you can prove it is your motorized bike......

Record the serial # on your bike and engine before they are stolen. :)

California riders can make their motorized bicycles legal vehicles with the $20 one time fee moped plate from the DMV which will prove your ownership.
 
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Skarrd

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stolen bike :c

as of ~11:30pm 02.25.2014 my motorized bicycle was stolen.

i heard something that sounded like metal scraping and thought someone had just run into the gate at my apartment. guess it was the sound of someone chucking it in their truck.

last seen in the 85224 zip code of chandler.

if found, you may or may not assault the person who stole it, and then bring it back.

here's what it looks like currently
 

Henshooter

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By AZ you mean Arizona yeah , I've got a few good mates there I'll get the word and picture to them for you , fingers crossed it is found , mine was taken 2 nights ago but returned within an hour fortunately , here's hoping you have similar luck my friend

Fingers crossed

Regards Henshooter. zpt. zpt
 

Jarod Jones

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My bike was stolen from The Maritime Academy college in Vallejo, CA. Last seen locked up in the bike racks at my dorms Its a Huffy Cranbrook which has the top tube relocated, gusseted frame, suspension forks, a HF predator 79cc, gasbike transmission. Tons of custom work put into it. If anybody happens to find this bike on craigslist, offerup, let it go, etc then please contact me, call or text 5six2seven5four9five8eight
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Jarod Jones

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Yes i have the serial number of the bike and engine, i already filed a police report and all that. No front brake but it’s got a coaster brake. I was using a pretty thick cable lock and they cut right through it, the ends weren’t pinched so they must have used something other than bolt cutters. I always used a heavy U lock in the past but i had the bike locked in a gated area where you need a passcode to get into it. i figured it would be alright but i guess not.
 
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Yang07

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How to check if a bike is stolen when you want to resort to second-hand bikes to cut costs, while not compromising bike quality. First, you should: Read and inspect the seller's information. The seller’s information is the number one factor in knowing whether you are dealing with a stolen bike. Another way to determine a stolen bike is through a bike serial number check is usually found on the bicycle’s bottom, below the pedals, and bottom bracket or if you are highly suspicious of the seller, check the bike if it underwent repainting.
 

Yang07

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How to check if a bike is stolen when you want to resort to second-hand bikes to cut costs, while not compromising bike quality. First, you should: Read and inspect the seller's information. The seller’s information is the number one factor in knowing whether you are dealing with a stolen bike. Another way to determine a stolen bike is through a bike serial number check is usually found on the bicycle’s bottom, below the pedals, and bottom bracket or if you are highly suspicious of the seller, check the bike if it underwent repainting.
Cheaper prices do not always mean the best deal. In some instances, purchasing a bike at a very low price is a red flag to raise suspicion. With the ever-increasing trend of selling products online, there is also an increase in different ways scammers can get potential victims.