My rebuild Dancelli was stolen on 5th Ave Park Sloop on Sunday the 17th of April. It’s a Italian racing bike form the nineties. Bought in Holland by my uncle. When he gave it to me I repainted it (original color is red) including new original decals. It was just finished, besides the paint job it also had all new parts, lots of chrome. A beautiful bike.
Would appreciate it a lot if you contact me in case you see somebody riding or selling it.
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Women’s Specialized Dolce Bike from 3rd floor on Greene Ave between Seneca and Onderdonk Ridgewood NY 11385 between 9pm 04/21/2016 and 10am 04/22/2016
The is 2-tone grey 53cm 2014 bike with black handles, rack on the rear tire, fenders (not shown in the photo), and pedals with straps. The serial number is WUD70622919B. Please email RNRRed@gmail.com
My bike was locked to a sign post and it seems the thieves broke the U lock. It was locked on the corner of Nassau and Diamond on Friday night (4/15) around 10pm but was gone the next morning (Saturday 4/16). The frame was painted all black so the Schwinn emblem and make are covered and one of the pedals is a little warped.
So, so sad this bike was taken as I’d had it less than a month
My bike was secured to a bike rack in Battery Park near the bathrooms by Greenwich St with a heavy duty cable and lock. I left it at 9 AM Fri. 4/15, discovered missing at 2 PM Sat. 4/16. Thief must have used a heavy tool to cut this cable and lock. Bike and cable/lock were gone.
The bike was an old frame made by Miyata originally purchased 1983 but well maintained with lots of updated parts. Large frame.
Most distinctive feature are several University of Colorado stickers from the 1980’s.
The bike is a 2015 State undefeated. The seat is a Specialized Power. The pedals are Wellgo Delta clip-ins. Drop handle bars.
Not many other distinguishing details as the bike was only 2 months old.
The bike was stolen on the Lower East Side of Manhattan on Sunday April 10 during mid-day.
Please email me with any info if you see it at firstname.lastname@example.org
My bike is a dark green womens step-through, vintage Raleigh Sports (from the late 60s or early 70s).
I customized it with the following:
- Schwalbe Delta Cruiser white tires
- MKS Lambda pedals
- Wald basket
- cork grips
- Crane brass bell attached to the stem
- Abus 495 CL Frame Lock (frame through back wheel)
- I removed the Brooks label from the saddle (this older model had a plastic label)
It had two racks (front and back) and internal gear hubs (3-speed).
This bike was stolen after 7pm on Friday, April 8, and it was totally my fault. I had been using an inadequate Abus cable lock ever since my previous lock fell off somewhere while I was riding. I locked the frame to a small fence on Cumberland Street. I had gotten complacent, thinking nobody wants my old granny bike. My neighbor told me that he approached a man who had been leaning over my bike suspiciously the night before. On Saturday morning, my bike was gone and the cable lock had been cut and left in the street.
It’s amazing how sentimental I feel for this bike. I’d had it for so long, spent time and money customizing it, and tried to take care of it. It’s in fantastic shape as it really hasn’t spent much time outside and I’m careful to keep rust at bay.
I realize the chances of recovering this bike are slim. But it’s definitely one-of-a-kind. I’d appreciate any help or suggestions. Photos attached.
This steel Trek cruiser was double-locked in front of my apartment building on Eastern Parkway.
The basket was not on it when it was stolen; seat is brown leather.
Please contact email@example.com with any info.