Archive for July, 2006

Stolen: Felt F60

Monday, July 31st, 2006

’05 F60 Felt racing bike, Blue and Black, Stars and Stripes tape on handlebar, glow in the dark pedals. Stolen at the Fridge on 39th and Woodstock on 7/29/06. John-Arthur. peetzj@reed.edu

Stolen: Fisher Paragon MTB

Monday, July 31st, 2006

Stolen – Gary Fisher Paragon Mountain Bike – Serial# 1934903 – 26″ Med (Frame type- D) Color: Dark grey with yellow lettering and yellow front shocks – turned up handlebar ends – black custom wheels w/street tires, rear rack, two bottle cages, a bracket for mounting a handlebar bag, odometer mount, Incredible bell, etc. Stolen Read More »

Stolen: Cook Brothers

Monday, July 31st, 2006

This is more of an “in memory of” since it’s been ten years and four bikes ago. It was a red Cook Brothers Malibu frame, Cook Bro’s cranks and bottom, one speed with disk brake and roundie bars. A carefully hand crafted super cruiser. Serial, KWD13, my initials and lucky number. I was riding with Read More »

Stolen: Schwinn Phantom

Monday, July 31st, 2006

My 1955 Schwin Phantom Replica was stolen from my house. It is red and black with chrome. It has a Black “fuel tank” that functions as a horn and a headlight that runs off D batteries. I had a kryptonite cable lock that was cut in half. It was locked around the frame, back tire, Read More »

Stolen: Novara Randonee

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

Novara Randonee, 2004 model, 55 cm, blue with silver and black. Handlebar taillight inserts, rear rack, fenders with a white courtesy flap. Locked with two heavy cables and two pad locks. Taken in the Pearl. james jameslasof [at] yahoo.com

CCC to close Vancouver store, will maintain programs

Saturday, July 29th, 2006

The Northeast Portland based Community Cycling Center (CCC) has just announced that they plan to close their retail store in downtown Vancouver (WA) on August 2, 2006. According to an official statement from the CCC, the Vancouver location (which opened in April 2005) has, “not performed as well as planned.” Founding board member and current Read More »

Stolen: Red Trek 2200

Friday, July 28th, 2006

Trek 2200 red road bike stolen in front of 1500 SW First Ave., downtown (at Clay Ave.) sometime between 1:30 and 4:30pm. Bike had black lettering, a silver bike computer, clipless racing pedals, and an REI pouch under the seat. It also had the attachment for my kid’s trail-a-bike on the seatpost. The end caps Read More »

Stolen: Vintage Nishiki Olympiad

Friday, July 28th, 2006

My house was burglarized yesterday. Along with my laptop, CDs, and library book (Wha?) they ripped off my newly acquired Nishiki Olympiad. THe beauty was made in the 70s and was a stunning grey/silver with bright white fenders. I’m 6’3″ so the frame was tall tall tall. The seat came to most people’s chests. Unfortunately Read More »

Stolen: Trek 7.2fx

Friday, July 28th, 2006

Trek 7.2fx, 20 speed, 26″ tires, Blue, Black Metal fenders front and back. Serial Number 227c0790a Purchased at Vancouver Cyclery March 13, 2006 The bike was locked up. The cable lock was cut and the bike was stolen outside Firebird Arts and Music 17111 NE Glisan. This bike is primary transportation along with the Max Read More »

Judge finds fault with fixies

Friday, July 28th, 2006

[Ayla Holland (L) and Mark Ginsberg (R)] Yesterday at the Multnomah County Courthouse the law came down against fixed gear bicycles. On June 1, 2006 Portland bike messenger Ayla Holland was given a ticket for allegedly violating Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 815.280(2)(a) which states,