CR450F Stolen

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I guess someone couldn't wait until October. The problem is the can't ride it anywhere as they now have the only privately held CR 450 in the country.Click Here
 
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It would be interesting to know the circumstances.

I can't imagine just throwing this bike in the back of a pickup truck and leaving it overnight at the Super8 or something.
 

sfc crash

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if i stop in mac ds or something, i'll always park so i can see my bike in the truck. i guess that's 'cause i spent my own money on the thing, maybe when it's a loaner you're a little more lax, as in"c'mon, lets stop in this strip club, the bike'll be ok, look, no bodies on the street around here any way."i think some people steal just to steal any way.
 
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May I give some good advise.

I don't know if everyone is aware that you can add your motorcycle to your auto policy. I work for large insurance company, and I added my 2000 Yamaha YZ 250 to auto policy. I have comprehensive coverage which will cover it if it's stolen. I pay , get this, $12.00 every 6 months and have a $250.00 deductable. I advise anyone with an expensive, new motorcycle to check with his or her ins. company for a quote on comp. coverage.
 
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My agent told me $340/year! This is for a dual registration, but was still surprised. Time to do some shopping.

Mark
 
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Who is the coverage with? $190 / year sounds a lot more reasonable for the rare road crossing capability.

Mark