Stolen Bike

Tod

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A freind of mine has had his pride and joy ripped off. :whiner:
The bad people who did this need to have very bad things happen to them.
:uh:
Tod

PS - I'll try to get the pic posted on the NMA website very soon.

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> Hi,
> My dirt bike was stolen sometime early am on Sept 2 off of a trailer along
> side my house in south Everett. It was locked with a 20mm Kryptonite cable
> lock, and the perps had to carry the bike over the front of the trailer
and
> around a tree to get it away. At least 3 people were involved.
>
> The bike was 3 years in the making, featuring a hand built frame around a
> Husky 4-stroke engine. It has Kayaba conventional forks, custom nickel
> plated exhaust on the right side (Husky's factory bikes are on the left),
a
> mix of Yamaha, Suzuki, and Honda body parts. It also has the prototype of
an
> active rear damping system on the remote reservior Showa shock. See the
> attached photo for more details. Titled as a 1988 Husqvarna
> TX510, VIN# ZHUTX510XS0207074X, ORV plate #160684A. However bike was 100%
> new and ridden for the first time in 2001.
>
>
> There is a $500.00 dollar reward for information leading to the recovery
of
> the bike.
>
> Phone myself @ 425.353.9198 or Everett Police Dept. ref case #DD03-17912 @
> 425.257.8490
>
> Thankyou,
> Dave Nicholson
> nefudd@cs.com
> daven@everettpowersports.com
 
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Tod,

I hate hearing about sh!t go down like this, especially in our state, I'll keep an eye out for it for sure. I hope you find the evil people who stole it!

Best regards,
Josh from Puyallup
 

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That bike was definately mint, bunch of hand made parts on it. I didn't personally know the owner, only met him & his bike once, but I've heard all about that bike from Crf Steve. Of interest is that there was more than one bike locked up there with it, including Steve's son's '01 KX100, and nothing else was touched, they took the oldest bike, and the one that, in my mind, would be the hardest to offload parts to, unless....the perp needed some parts himself and knew where that one was.
Big, big loss, he'd really poured himself into that one. :|