|01-23-2003, 07:41 AM||#1|
I'm new to the form. been reading it for about a week. I live in Saskatoon. A far cry from most of you in B.C. I was riding home from work today. I stoped at superstore to pick up some milk, and when I came out my bike was gone. I just finished a nine hour shift and just wanted to eat supper and watch a movie or somthing. (I bike all year around, its not cold as long as you dress right.) Its not that my bike was a amazing bike or anything. (Schinn mesa GSX, 1999). Its more that some one would steal my method of transportation. (I don't drive. just bike) when its 35 below. now I need to walk or take a taxi to walk for the next month until I can aford a new bike.
I called the cops, (not that I expect them to find it, they have bigger problems) and I'm making posters to put up around the city (At super store, my area of town, bike shops etc.) Do you guys have any ideas of things that I can do to increas the chances of getting my bike back.
Sorry to post such a negative first post ever, but I'm so pissed off. I mean, who steals a locked bike at 9:30 when its 30 below.
Anyways sorry about the rant. Any Ideas are welcome.
|Display Modes||Rate This Thread|
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|STOLEN BIKE - 2001 BRODIE BRUZZA (Calgary, AB)||Nathan Green||Stolen||0||10-16-2003 09:50 AM|
|tips fpr not getting your bike stolen||gearwh0re||The Shore||40||07-18-2003 12:20 AM|
|Finally, a good stolen bike story!||drezy||The Shore||16||05-18-2003 05:06 AM|
|another stolen bike return.||flowride||The Shore||5||05-16-2003 05:33 PM|
|Another good stolen bike story!!||blunt boy||The Shore||6||05-16-2003 04:04 AM|