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Discussion: Stolen?

in: BigWillyStyle; BigWillyStyle > 2017-05-07

May 8, 2017 9:04 AM # 
cmpbllv:
Did yours get stolen? Amazing how personally painful that can be...still have not replaced my beloved old mountain bike that got nabbed from a metro stop 18 months ago. Enjoy your new ride!
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May 8, 2017 2:03 PM # 
AliS:
Oooo... shiny! Looks like a nice bike. I've not really researched Cannondale much before... is there a reason you went with V rather than disc brakes, especially if you're using it to commute a lot? Maybe it's just the MTBer in me :)

Did you buy a new lock also?
May 8, 2017 2:56 PM # 
Spokauskaite:
"They will have to pry this one from my cold dead hands."

I think this means that Will doesn't need a new lock.

But think about this: if you lock your bike with enough locks, eventually your thief will get tired and won't steal your bike. And if your bike still gets stolen, it just means there weren't enough locks. You can repeat this experiment until you find optimal number of locks.

This makes me think about crazy lady with the cats.
May 9, 2017 5:38 AM # 
BigWillyStyle:
@Tori thanks! Yeah my bike got swiped last month. I was very sad :(

@Alison No real reason I guess, other than it's what the bike I wanted happened to have. Either way I feel like it's not a big difference for road bikes, eh?

@Lina I'll make you a deal - you write me a grant proposal for your experiment; meanwhile I'll attempt to identify the culprit using my method of choice:

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