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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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When MY bike was stolen - I had a cheapo chain cause I am an idiot - not insured - but my rental insurance covered a portion. I have since graduated to a ulock on my shit bike I use to back up the nice one that went away. The chain I saw on the ground this morning on grove and york I think was a kryptonite chain. But the guy above Im sure knows better than I.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 17:44
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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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I saw that lock lying on the ground on my way to work this morning. Cut through the krypto chain. Having had a chain cut and bike stolen of my own earlier last year - I actually wondered why it hadnt been stolen sooner every time i walked by it. Those chains do us no good in that city. :( Sorry dude.

Posted on: 2010/2/2 17:28
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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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I had a 08' silver cannondale f7 stolen from outside skinners loft on a friday night at midnight two weeks ago. It had a combo lock - the theifs clipped it and left it there on the side walk. Pretty heartbroken over it.

Posted on: 2009/8/25 19:37
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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First off - what exactly was it I said that made you assume I was a man. I am in fact a young lady. Secondly - hell no I did not agree to pay any damages and I did not admit fault. I simply admitted I was going against traffic. It was day light, I came to a complete stop, I spent the time to look in every direction before crossing, and gave the appropiate cues. I admit that I was going the wrong way of course and perhaps it could have been more difficult to hit me with your suv if I was going with the flow of traffic - but like someone above me said - first rule of driving is dont hit people - and it doesnt take too much effort to look in both directions beofre crossing an intersection.

Posted on: 2009/8/25 14:56
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Re: Stop Signs on Erie Street - Steven FUlop
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Hey all - I do not post often but have lived and lurked here for years. I'm the one that just got hit but the car on Erie. Nice to meet you all - flattered to have made jclist. That being said - yes I was in the wrong to be going the wrong way down the road - but that being said - the entire incident was pretty strange. I was riding a really slow cruiser and had stopped before going further through the intersection. I had thought I made proper eye contact with the driver and then as I crossed - I learned quickly they did not see me and accelerated. No broken bones - but lets say the right side of my body is going to be quite colorful in the morning and I will be nursing a limp for a few days. I was a bit upset that the police man called to the scene started telling me how he could be writing me a ticket if he wanted to while he was telling me to get into the ambulance. I get it dude - but a little sensitivity.
What REALLY sucks - is this was my back up bike. My better and newer bike was just stolen two Friday nights ago outside of Skinners Loft - a block from where i just got hit. Properly chained and everything - someone clipped my lock and rode off into the sunset.

Posted on: 2009/8/22 22:39
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