JB’s bike was stolen yesterday. Pictured above, it has a black deep V to Suzue carbon hub, Deda oversized bullhorns, and a black Thomson post. If you’ve seen it, holler at him or us!
[Photo by John Reiss]
Maybe it’s the same dude who stole my wheelz: http://chriskalani.com/post/10172772430
We will find you and we will punch your butt off.
Bummer that the bike got stolen, but this might be a good opportunity to get a real bike!
Pretty sure any bike JB chooses to ride is a real bike, and he’s gonna be real faster than you on it too.
JB is a nice guy, just barely briefly met him once, and I hope he gets his bike back…and I hope whoever stole it receives grievous bodily harm.
stop feeding the troll and maybe he’ll go away
Ja, is a bummer that the bike got stolen. That shouldn’t happen, even to a silly fixie. I was just pointing out that this is a good opportunity to get a real bike instead.
Christ, just shit on a guy for trying to point out the silver lining to an admittedly bad situation, why don’cha?
You know, I usually like you, but your idée fixe about the bicycles you consider bogus IS starting to sound a little troll-like. Maybe it’s because I don’t give a shit about ANY bicycles, except those whose riders violate my rights as a pedestrian, but your persistence in posting rude comments on almost(?) every single bike-related thread is starting to look like a vendetta.
Awww, Cranky, why won’t you let me have my fun?!
I don’t actually care one wit about bikes, I just like to make fun of doofy affectations.
I saw an orange Masi that looked near exact to this bike today in West Oakland near 12th and Peralta.
An older gentleman was walking down the sidewalk as I rode by, and it clearly looked out of place in his hands. Was tempted to stop and inquire about it.
Was the bike ever recovered, any other identifying information if I happen to see the bike again!?!?
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