Monday, March 12, 2007

Stolen: My Redline 29"

Someone stole my Redline 29" Monocog Sunday afternoon from my open garage. It was special because I added a Shimano Nexus 8-speed hub and 170mm cranks to it.

Here it is.


12 comments:

Jeff said...

Oh man! That really sucks. There's almost nothing worse than a bike thief!

KM said...

Rob

Sorry to hear about that. WE will keep an eye out for it.

Cheers

Kevin

rigtenzin said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
rigtenzin said...

I had some really bad thoughts about what the thief deserves. I've gotten past those thoughts and I'm calm again.

I will probably buy another just like it, but not right away. I spent a 2.6 billion dollars on a bathroom remodel project. When I agreed to the remodel price, I thought to myself, "No new bikes this year."

What do I do now?

Pete said...

Dude, you just bought that bike not long ago. Total suckage. If I see it, whoever is riding it will be going down!

Doug said...

That sucks!!

jim w said...

If it's any help at all, you can have my schwinn right now, no strings attached.
Let me know.

rigtenzin said...

Jim W: You are too nice. Thanks. I still have plenty of bikes. Someone asked me how I would ride off road until I buy a replacement. I said I'd use one of my other 4 mountain bikes.

I'm still looking for a larger frame to replace your Schwinn. We should go to the Hub Coop together. They have some hanging around.

Sophzilla said...

Stealing a bike on a Sunday? Well, who's laughing now with their non-negotiable ticket to hell?

Jackrabbit Slim said...

I know that pain. Glad you have found your happy place again.

Tex69 said...

The only thing you can say is that That's Terrible. Each is a child, or a rib, or a sibling, or just a bike. At least you have 4 left.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the ride son! I wouldn't have taken it if you didn't hate freedom so much. Just got done riding the closed Murphy Trail. Gonna see if I can go knock down some protesters before I hawk this for a c-note on craig's list.

Blog Archive