attn...ryan morais.is this the stolen bike?

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12/3/2010 6:39 AM

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12/3/2010 6:42 AM

HMMMM sounds a bit suspisious. I would try to get some photos of this bike, an dlook into it.

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12/3/2010 6:58 AM

Guy certainly knows a little bit about the bike and it's components. If it is the thief, they are into cycling.

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Douglas Furs tend to be really reserved

12/3/2010 6:58 AM

daaang. that does sound like a pretty exact description! and a ridiculously low price for that bike if it were legit. rival left and force right would make it really easy to pick out though. hopefully noone is that stupid...

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12/3/2010 7:08 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/3/2010 7:18 AM

Moria posted the bike was stolen 12 hours ago...Being December 2nd. The Craigslist posting is from November 30th.

Pic is of Morias bike

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description of Craigslist add:

Up for sale is a slightly used 56cm BMC Streetfire complete with Sram Rival components, Ultegra pedals, and Reynolds Alta Race wheels with Michelin Pro 3's. The frame is a bit older (2007), but was only used as a spare bike for a pro team before I bought it. I raced it in about 10 races this season. I'm burnt out on riding and have no need for my bike.

- BMC Streetfire 56cm frame w/ Easton EA70 carbon fork...never been crashed
- 2010 Rival components (RD is 2009 and FD is Ultegra...completely compatible and have had zero problems)
- 53/39 chainring w/ 11-25 rear cassette. Both have tons of life left.
- 2010 Rival left shifter w/ Force right shifter
- Ultegra pedals
- Ritchey WCS stem and seatpost w/ Fizik Arione saddle
- Reynolds Alta Race wheelset w/ barely used Michelin Pro 3's (under 200 miles) super light set of wheels...have never been crashed

Those are just some of the highlights...email with any specific questions. Pics will be posted soon. Cash only.

Stephen

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12/3/2010 7:56 AM

Sorry not his. His is all SRAM red with Reynolds dv 46mm carbon clinchers & a pro machine

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12/3/2010 8:33 AM

ok, well sometimes thieves post ads earlier than the time of theft for quick unloading..

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