The Bill Graham Memorial Bicycle Thieves Market in the Shadow of San Francisco’s City Hall

Just as Tokyo is famous for its world-class fish market, San Francisco is world-renowned for its open-air stolen bike market.

Listen to their patter, let’s imagine it goes something like this:

“I’ve got seats, plenty of fresh-stolen, flash-frozen seats on offer, direct from the Mission!”

Remember when your buddy’s sweet ‘Dale got lifted last week, you know, the one he paid four-figures for? Well, here it is, safe and sound and getting fenced for $20:

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And please remember, as always, Bianchis Cost Extra!

Twenty-five dollar bid, now who will give me thirty dollar
Will you make it thirty dollar, give me thirty dollar
Oh who will give me a thirty dollar bi-id
Got a thirty dollar bid, now who will make it thirty-five
Will you give me thirty five, make it thirty-five
Oh who will give me a thirty-five dollar bi-id

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