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Stolen: Santa Cruz MTB

Posted by on February 14th, 2006 at 9:57 am

[Posted by “rcmotorider”]

Well, it saddens me to be making this post but some a-hole stole my Mtn. Bike yesterday from the 24 Hour Fitness Center on NW Johnson. It happened around 4:00pm.

My bike is a Large, White SANTA CRUZ, Chameleon. It has a “ThudBuster” seat post, black “Marzocchi” forks, “Easton” handle bars with bar ends that have been taped up with black electrical tape, also it has a “Cane Creek” stem (goose neck), a “Carolina Fatz” sticker across the upper frame tube, clipless pedals, a standard LED tail light, etc., etc.

I am sorry to say that I do not have any spare money to offer as a reward but I would be eternally greatful for any info leading to the recovery of my two-wheeled transportation.

I can be reached at (503) 754-5156 or by email at rcmotorider@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance for reading and any help that may come!!!

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  • Anonymous February 14, 2006 at 10:31 am

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