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Old July 17th @ 08:01 pm   #31
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From: las vegas

Motorcycle: 2008 CBR 600RR
My bike was the only one stolen and it was the hardest to steal there are two brand new r6's and a busa parked within twenty feet of my bike and they weren't touched but they don't chain or even lock the triple tree but mine was locked and chained up this wasn't a random thing I was targeted by some one that's why I'm so pissed and the fact I haven't had the bike two months yet so my insurance will only pay it off not replace it

 
 
Old July 17th @ 08:52 pm   #32
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From: nlv

Motorcycle: 2008 gsxr
Damn that sucks man.....sorry to hear that........well...i know this will sound a little lame but if they pay it off, at least it will show on your credit report that you paid off a loan and hopefully your credit will goup a little...? just take out another loan to buy another one...hopefully at a better interest rate
 
 
Old July 18th @ 11:20 am   #33
 
From: henderson
At least you were fortunate the insurance will pay it off. With new cars they depreciate it and give you a lit less than you even owe and you are stuck with the balance. That's why they sell "gap" insurance, which is still a rip off
 
 
Old July 18th @ 10:23 pm   #34
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From: Sin City

Motorcycle: DRZ400SM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Psycho View Post
And what's with the no garage no bike you trying to say I can't own a bike cuz I live in a fuckin apartment why don't you keep that bull shit to your self and if anyone wants to bash me for not having a thousand dollar alarm or a fucking bunker to put my bike in at night come say it to my face not on here
If you don't have a garage, you will not have a bike very long in this town. If you don't have a garage, you shouldnt own a bike. Don't be mad at me for typing the truth, be mad the the thieves that made it this way.

Appartment complexes are like shopping malls for the thieves. There not not much you can do to keep them from stealing a bike from a complex. Thieves are good, really good. I remember when i moved back to Vegas in 06, there was a Busa taken from the DMV parking lot in broad daylight.

Sorry about the loss man, glad you actually have a lead, pics and a chance. When my bike was snagged, all i got was a rent a cop telling me that two people rolled up on a bike, the back seater got off, screwed with the bike for 10 second and rode off with it. Suncoast parking lot, security watched from 100 yards away.
 
 
Old July 20th @ 08:47 am   #35
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 99 Black Bird CBR1100XX
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Originally Posted by terrasmak View Post
If you don't have a garage, you will not have a bike very long in this town. If you don't have a garage, you shouldnt own a bike. Don't be mad at me for typing the truth, be mad the the thieves that made it this way.

Appartment complexes are like shopping malls for the thieves. There not not much you can do to keep them from stealing a bike from a complex. Thieves are good, really good. I remember when i moved back to Vegas in 06, there was a Busa taken from the DMV parking lot in broad daylight.

Sorry about the loss man, glad you actually have a lead, pics and a chance. When my bike was snagged, all i got was a rent a cop telling me that two people rolled up on a bike, the back seater got off, screwed with the bike for 10 second and rode off with it. Suncoast parking lot, security watched from 100 yards away.
SMH Some people just don't listen!!!Do we have a slap at dumb ass icon?
 
 
Old July 20th @ 09:49 am   #36
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Quote:
Originally Posted by terrasmak View Post
If you don't have a garage, you will not have a bike very long in this town. If you don't have a garage, you shouldnt own a bike. Don't be mad at me for typing the truth, be mad the the thieves that made it this way.

Appartment complexes are like shopping malls for the thieves. There not not much you can do to keep them from stealing a bike from a complex. Thieves are good, really good. I remember when i moved back to Vegas in 06, there was a Busa taken from the DMV parking lot in broad daylight.

Sorry about the loss man, glad you actually have a lead, pics and a chance. When my bike was snagged, all i got was a rent a cop telling me that two people rolled up on a bike, the back seater got off, screwed with the bike for 10 second and rode off with it. Suncoast parking lot, security watched from 100 yards away.
This is what insurance is for.. you cant keep living life like everything is going to get robbed from you.

My first bike was stolen 15 feet from my bedroom at my apartment complex wheel locked and chained with liability insur. I learned after that. SO much in fact that I decided to get renters insurance shortly after..

And what do you know...my house gets broken into.. thank god I had that renters ins...fucking garage didnt do shit to protect my stuff.

Now I have video cameras and offsite backups of the video. Do I feel safer? Sure. Will a garage keep people from stealing your bike? Maybe keep the bike from being seen sure, but from being stolen? No. If someone is watching you, your garage isnt going to keep shit out when a window in the back yard is easily smashed with a rock.

IF you are going to own expensive things, take the right course in protecting yourself and your belongings. INSURANCE IS YOUR BEST BET.
 
 
Old July 20th @ 10:47 am   #37
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From: BOISE IDAHO

Motorcycle: YAMAHA '06 FZ6, 2000 XT 225
Looks like a GMC truck. All the LEO bashings in the past, but don't be surprised if they find your bike. They are professionals, and they are pretty good on finding the thieves especially if they have solid leads.

Live and learn. Just like wearing your gear, taking your helmet with you and not leaving it on the bike, yada yada. Apartment complex are a magnet for motorcycle thieves. This is why I have an attached garage to my unit, plus good insurance.

I'm confident that your bike will be found. Please keep us posted. I'll keep an eye out for it here in Boise. You got to be a complete moron to try to ride it in Vegas.
 
 
Old July 20th @ 10:57 am   #38
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
I remember when Curtis's bike was stolen and the guy was found (who stole it ) riding it around town, had spray painted everything black and no license plate... loool...
 
 
Old July 21st @ 01:48 am   #39
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From: las vegas

Motorcycle: 2008 CBR 600RR
shit if I saw someone riding my bike around town I think it would be the one and only time I would run a biker off the road and pull the same cager bs I didn't see him, and no matter what if someone wants your bike there gonna take it and even the police say I was targeted come to find out the guy with the busa (Chris) left his keys in the bike that night and when he heard someones bike was stolen he flipped thinking it was his but was shocked they didn't even touch it, but anyways thanks guys for all your support and I hope they find my bike soon I'm itching to go ride I think I'm gonna lose it if I don't get out of this pos cage soon
 
 
Old July 21st @ 08:03 am   #40
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From: henderson

Motorcycle: gsxr 750 2007
You can ride bitch with me if you want.
 
 

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