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    Stole bike alert! 2010 Cervelo R3

    I just had my 2010 R3 stolen out of my driveway.

    This happened in Clarkson Village area in Mississauga.



    Details of the bike:

    2010 Cervelo R3 frame size 48
    3T Funda Team fork
    Ksyrium SL
    Conti Force set
    Rotorcrank set


    If anyone has seen the bike please let me know @

    Tips leading to recovery will be rewarded

    ham.sean@gmail.com

    647-309-0624

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    That really sucks. Hope you had good insurance.

    Here's what I'd be doing:

    1) Phoning as many local bike stores (including TO) to keep an eye out for anyone trying to sell a used one.
    2) Keep checking ebay and kijiji

    Good luck with your search. I'll keep an eye out in the Cambridge area paper for anyone trying to sell one.

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    I've done all that. If I find the their, I'm cutting off his balls.

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    how can a bike be stolen off your driveway? did you build a pedestal for your bike and just leave it smack dab in the middle of the driveway? it is probably your fault anyways, you should have left the bicycle IN your garage, not outside on the middle of your driveway unlocked and ready to be picked up by any passerby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hule View Post
    how can a bike be stolen off your driveway? did you build a pedestal for your bike and just leave it smack dab in the middle of the driveway? it is probably your fault anyways, you should have left the bicycle IN your garage, not outside on the middle of your driveway unlocked and ready to be picked up by any passerby.
    ive heard it happen with a lot cheaper bikes, its not that hard if you forget something in the house and have to run in to grab it. One of my friends got three bikes out, his and his two kids' bikes. Went inside to get them and when he came out they were all gone.
    2008 Scott Speedster 30 with Shinamo 105 groupset
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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyCyclist View Post
    ive heard it happen with a lot cheaper bikes, its not that hard if you forget something in the house and have to run in to grab it. One of my friends got three bikes out, his and his two kids' bikes. Went inside to get them and when he came out they were all gone.
    a cheap bike becomes an expensive bike if you have to buy another one

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    Quote Originally Posted by hule View Post
    how can a bike be stolen off your driveway? did you build a pedestal for your bike and just leave it smack dab in the middle of the driveway? it is probably your fault anyways, you should have left the bicycle IN your garage, not outside on the middle of your driveway unlocked and ready to be picked up by any passerby.
    If it is this guy's fault, I don't think he needs you to point it out.

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