On that note everyone has to start to lock up their bikes the right way. There are a lot of shitty people in Richmond right now trying to make a buck off of the "fixed gear frenzy". Really until the fad goes away fixed gear bikes are going to be a hot commodity. If you see someone who doesn't look like they belong on a fixed gear i.e. homeless person, bum, ghetto kid/adult stop them and just ask where they got the bike. Most times they will not want to get the cops involved or feel guilty and will give the bike to you on the spot. You can post a description on craigslist, myspace or local bike shops and get the bike back to the rightful owner. Just a little thought coming out of my head after realizing how many stolen bike posts I have encountered in Richmond over the past few months.
Sunday, January 27, 2008
I've been slacking but it will all end now
Attn. RVA riders. Yet another bike has been stolen. Logan Okal got his greyish/black Surly Steamroller taken from a house on Allen last night. That bike was everything that he loved in life. If you happen to see anyone riding it around or trying to sell it please get in contact with him. His email is email@example.com or call him at (703) 785-1661. You can also e-mail me or call me if you have my number.
Posted by RVA Fixed at 1:13 PM