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White Peugeot Triathalon 70’s

Posted by on May 11th, 2010 at 3:43 pm

Year: 70’s
Brand: Peugeot
Model: Triathalon
Stolen in Portland, OR 97227
Stolen From: Stolen in N. Williams & Fremont area. There is a slim chance that I left it at either Irving Park or Dawson Park, but I’m nearly positive it was stolen from my basement on N. Fremont and N. Commercial no sooner than May 9th (I haven’t had occassion to ride it since then).
Neighborhood: N. Fremont & N. Williams area
Owner: Dean Leininger
OwnerEmail: leiningerdean@hotmail.com
Reward: Negotiable
Description: White, 70’s peugeot triathalon. Yellow drop bars, with blue take holding a rip on the right handlebar. Blue stem, yellow stripes on the tires that don’t match. New back wheel/assembly that does not match the french parts on the front. I don’t have the serial number written down, and I don’t know the exact year or post length. It was given as a gift by a friend two years ago as a fix-it project, and I never bothered taking down that information. I don’t have photos of the bike, unfortunately.
This registrant does not have proof of ownership of this bike

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