As seen in Mid-Market:
Posts Tagged ‘stolen’
Open-Air Bicycle Chop-Shop, 13th Street – These are Just a Few of the Hundreds of Stolen Bikes on Division, 13th, and Duboce AveWednesday, February 25th, 2015
Chop chop, always with the chopping, in this area:
If your bike hasn’t yet gotten chopped and it has a serial number on it, then there’s something the cops can do about it.
Otherwise, chop chop, always with the chopping, in this area.
A Question About the Mean Streets of Interim Mayor Ed Lee’s San Francisco: When To Harvest An Stolen/Abandoned BikeThursday, October 16th, 2014
Bike thievery is an occupation in San Francisco, America’s Capital of Bike Thieves, East of Manhattan.
The wheels and the handlebar are gone, but there are a lot of pieces I could use in my junk drawer.
And this rig isn’t even locked up.
IMO, it would be kosher to harvest this ride, to profit, in a way, from bike thievery…
Tracking That Stolen Bike Owned by The Today Show: From The Mission to the Mid-Market to 1729 McKinnon Ave in The BayviewThursday, September 4th, 2014
I’ll tell you, I actually got around to watching that five-minute clip from the Today Show about bike thieves in the West Coast Capital of Bike Thievery, San Francisco.
And I says, “1729, huh?” You see, that was the street address on the front door that that Today Show guy knocked on. And they showed the street itself, so I guessed a 94124 zip code and then excluded the first two hits (1729 Geneva and 1729 Sunnydale because they both didn’t make sense) by making this Google search: “-Geneva -Sunnydale 94124 1729 .”
And, lo, up pops 1729 McKinnon in the Lower Third:
It’s sort of funny how the bike thief made a bee-line to the Thieves Market at Civic Center – that’s what you could see when they showed the GPS track. Anyway, the next stop was a shed in the Bayview.
SF, you have a problem with bike theft – deal with it. Like, it’s national news, literally.
Clever Driver Boots Own Car to Avoid Theft on the Mean Streets of Ed Lee’s San Francisco: Presenting “The Claw”Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
And look, it’s from the people who brought us The Club, back in the 1980’s.
As seen in the projects near City Hall attached to an old Honda
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I’ve never seen this before, Gentle Reader!
- High visual deterrence
- Unauthorized use deterrent
- Self locking
- Installs in seconds
- Fits wheels up to 12 inches wide
- Black vinyl dip protects wheel rim
- 3 Laser encrypted keys
- Plastic cover protects the lock from the elements