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White/black/red Circle A Cycles Handbuilt touring 26in 2009

Posted by on November 12th, 2012 at 11:48 pm

Year: 2009
Brand: Circle A Cycles
Model: Handbuilt touring 26in
Size:roughly 53
Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/90002017@N02/
Stolen in Portland, OR 97211
Stolen From: My backyard. 16th & Morgan, NE.
Neighborhood: Woodlawn
Owner: Jen Rymut
OwnerEmail: j.louise.rymut(AT)gmail.com
Reward: Will pay any amount
Description: Frame:
-Handbuilt touring frame from Circle A Cycles in Providence, RI. Roughly 53cm; 26in wheels.
-Original paint was mostly white, black headtube & fork, red details & grey dots throughout. Says “J RYMUT” on the inside chainstay.
-Head badge is a cursive A inscribed in a cog
-Seat tube mimics a lug & comes to a point
-Henry James dropouts
-Black Chris King threaded headset

-New. 36 hole Phil touring hubs. Double butted spokes. Black Velocity Aeroheat rims. Gatorskin tires.
-Big fat dent in rear rim.
-26 in.

-Ultegra 9spd STI shifters, derailleurs, & cassette.
-Tektro black Oryx canti brakes, Black Origin 8 quill stem, narrow black Specialized drop bars, nasty once-white Fizik grip tape, FSA Gossamer square taper cranks, mismatched chainrings, chainline was never correct, the 52t chainring was turning kinda greenish, carbon seatpost, black Brooks saddle, one-sided silver SPD pedals, King bottle cage beneath the down tube, I really don’t give a shit about the components, I really want my frame back.

The bike was stolen with a frame bag I made, which I doubt anyone will see, but: Dark blue upper pouch & light blue lower pouch out of ripstop Cordura with yellow zipper flaps & details.
Police record with: Portland PD
Police reference#: 1299584
This registrant has documented proof of ownership of this bike

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