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Stolen: Black Cannondale Tandem

Posted by on October 18th, 2005 at 10:18 pm

-matte black MT600 Cannondale tandem bicycle
-It is a small bike. Unless the rider in front is short, there would be a lot of seat tube showing.

-There is a yellow computer attached to the captain’s handlebars. There are child stoker arms attached to the rear pedal cranks. This means that the crank arms for the pedals are extra thick, with a silver arm that is not on the front. The pedals are attached to this sliver arm.

-The rear handlebars have bar ends attached to them in an unusual manor

-There was a small, homemade doll holder attached to the rear handlebar.

-Our helmets were hanging from the handlebars. Inside our helmets were a few items – my winter riding gloves and my yellow tinged glasses in mine

-and my daughter’s purple stretchy gloves in hers. My daughter’s helmet is also distinctive in and of itself. It’s a skateboard style helmet with yellow and orange hand painted lighting bolts on the sides.

-A high power light was on the front. The battery is connected to the light by a cable and the battery itself resides in a water bottle holder.

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  • gonicho October 18, 2005 at 10:26 pm

    My post didn’t show up correctly. Here’s what I meant to post:

    This tandem was a second car to us. My seven year old daughter and I rode it everywhere. We are really saddened by it’s loss. We’re offering a $200 reward for it’s intact return.

    To help with it’s identification, there are some unique attributes to
    this matte black MT600 Cannondale tandem bicycle – some easily changeable
    and some not quite so easily changeable, but still changable. Here are
    several things about the bike at the time of the theft.

    It is a small bike. Unless the rider in front
    is short, there would be a lot of seat tube showing.

    There is a yellow computer attached to the captain’s handlebars.

    There are child stoker arms attached to the rear pedal cranks. This means
    that the crank arms for the pedals are extra thick, with a
    silver arm that is not on the front. The pedals are attached to this sliver
    arm.

    The rear handlebars have bar ends attached to them in an unusual manor –
    the configuration is such so that my daughter can reach to hold on.

    There was a small, homemade doll holder attached to the rear handlebar.

    Our helmets were hanging from the handlebars. Inside our helmets were a
    few items; my winter riding gloves and my yellow tinged glasses in mine,
    and Davan’s purple stretchy gloves in hers. Davan’s helmet is also
    distinctive in and of itself. It’s a skateboard style helmet with yellow
    and orange hand painted lighting bolts on the sides.

    A high power head light was on the front. The battery is connected to
    the light by a cable and the battery itself resides in a water bottle
    holder.

    Thank you for any help.
    Nicholina
    andmakes3@earthlink.net

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