General Discussion Discuss anything and everything motorcycle-related

Old March 2nd @ 01:06 pm   #11
ars0n750's Avatar
From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
The biggest problem i have with the police and my bike gettin stolen is iwas working directly with a detective... The apartment complex i was at, told him they had video surv. of every car entering and leaving the complex... the detective requested the tapes and that was it. he did not pursue or press them to provide the tapes to him. I ended up going there every day asking if they had the tapes yet, and always was told a story...well eventually came to be the tapes are wiped every 2 weeks instead of the month they told me. But still in that 2 week time period they had a chance to catch these fuckers, and the detective/police department did nothing.

Old March 2nd @ 01:07 pm   #12
scsshell's Avatar
I thought all they did was eat doughnuts

but then.... they did get me the other day
look out for flamingo/decatur they are busting peeps left and right there
Old March 2nd @ 08:05 pm   #13
mattyrides07's Avatar
From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)
How about we stop blameing the police for everthing? Its not their fault they have to deal with murderers, drud dealers, domestic calls, disturbance calls, etc. The police can't be everywhere at every time.

Coming from a guy who had his '89 Jeep stolen 3 weeks after he dropped a little over $3,000 to make it last through college- I DON"T blame them. It's not their fault this world is full of pricks. They did eventually find it (totalled), but a caged vehicle is a TON easier to find then a tiny bike that can disapear in a matter of seconds.

Motorcycles are very easy to strip down for the costly parts, and the parts are even easier to sell due to the whole internet thing. The best thing you can do is get an insurance that will keep you riding after a theft or accident.

Cops ARE writing a lot of tickets recently because if you haven't noticed OUR LAS VEGAS VALLEY DRIVERS CAN'T DRIVE!!!! Accidents and deaths are drastically rising amung our valley drivers, and this is going to be a great way to get people to slow down; start paying attention; and stop being so self-obsorbed that they don't care about the indangerment towards other fellow drivers and pedeatrians.

Oh, and YES cops write tickets for money! How do you think they get paid?!?!
Old March 2nd @ 08:09 pm   #14
mattyrides07's Avatar
From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)
Oh, and THANKS to 702 for bringing some light on this subject for our valley. I had two different people come up to me saying, "Did you know that motorcycles are being stolen at a high rate?" and "Be careful with your bike; they're being stolen left and right."

I saw it air last night at 10 pm!!!


If you need any help with anything for this cause PM me. I'll be there
Old March 4th @ 02:03 pm   #15
Lost Sheep's Avatar
From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: 06 1000 rr bone stock 01 F4I
I personally dont have faith in Metro's recovery rate. I still have stolen parts in my garage that I have tried to get metro to come pick up.
Old March 5th @ 04:33 pm   #16
mattyrides07's Avatar
From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)
Do they fit an '01 CBR?... if so, GIVE them to me

bike, theft, vegas

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
a bike for the vegas streets BlueRider7o2 Pictures 6 March 13th 12:41 am
bike theft at tropicana hotel exiled General Discussion 8 October 1st 04:33 pm
Las Vegas Bike Week - pictures GAMBLER General Discussion 58 September 20th 08:42 am
NV #1 in Auto Theft jwd Lounge 2 March 19th 04:18 pm

Sin City Sportbikes

About Sin City Sportbikes

Sin City Sportbikes is the premier motorcycle community for the Las Vegas, Nevada region and welcomes all motorcycle riders to joing our community, rides, and gatherings. We all share a passion of motorcycles, whether it be riding on the street, track, or dirt, and all experience levels are welcome.

Read More


Powered by vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
SEO by vBSEO 3.6.0 ©2011, Crawlability, Inc.