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white Trek 930 1991

Posted by on November 13th, 2012 at 1:10 pm

Year: 1991
Brand: Trek
Model: 930
Stolen in Portland, OR 97202
Stolen From: Apartment building lobby. 16th and Clinton
Neighborhood: Southeast
Owner: Dylan Dahl
OwnerEmail: dylan.c.dahl@gmail.com
Reward: yes, small
Description: White frame decals are blue dropshadowed with pink. The bike was originally a mountain bike but has been converted to an all purpose commuting/touring bike.

Black fork, it doesn’t match the frame, unicrown

Dynamo lighting, silver Busch & Muller "CYO" headlight attached to the left-side of the fork and there is clear packing tape holding the lens on the body. The tail light is also a Busch & Muller, it is red and black, the model is "Seculite". It is mounted on the rear fender.

The saddle is a very unique Gilles Berthoud Aspin in the cork finish. It is leather on hard, grey plastic rails. It is very hard when pushed on. It is on top of a black straight-top seatpost.

Silver, Shimano Deore mountain bike crank-set with black, Easton BMX pedals.

Silver, Shimano Deore rear derailleur.

Shimano XT, bolt on rear hub laced to a black Mavic X317. Shimano 8-speed cassette.

Shimano matte-grey dynamo hub laced two-leading two-trailing (also very unique) to a Sun Rhyno Lite.

Panaracer Pasaela Tourguard tires. Folding bead. 26×1.5".

Nitto Mustache handlebars with black Easton handlebar tape. There is a lot of electrical tape on the handlebars. Suntour bar-end shifters. Blue quill-type stem. The headset is silver, made by Ritchey and has cartridge bearings. It is intended for threadless forks, I cludged it together.

Silver SKS chromoplastic fenders with a mudflap in the front. Tail light mounted on rear fender.

Silver rear rack, has a Ortlieb QL3 bracket attached to the right side.
Police record with: Portland PD, online
Police reference#: 12-157135

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