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Tag Archives: bike thefts
Casey Jaywork has a great story in the most recent Seattle Met focusing on the apparently growing scourge of bike theft in Seattle. He talks to police, he talks to a bike theft tracking expert, he talks to a bike … Continue reading
Bike theft sucks, but stealing from Bike Works? That’s seriously messed up. Unfortunately, some person (or persons) missing a moral compass has been hitting Bike Works hard this past week, stealing as many as 20 bikes that young bike repair … Continue reading
Here’s one way to vent some frustration over the bike theft scourge: Humor. Washington Bike Law (a Seattle Bike Blog sponsor) posted this photo on their Facebook page. Stapled to a telephone pole in West Seattle, the flyer advertises a … Continue reading
Eric Patchen didn’t build up credit, and he didn’t inherit a lot of money. So when he wanted to start a bike shop in Belltown, he did it without loans. “I did it on my own,” Patchen said. “I put … Continue reading
The Marysville Police Department recently recovered around 60 bikes from a home on 81st Place NE, where they believe a man was trading methamphetamine and heroine for stolen bikes. KOMO went to the suspect’s home and interviewed him, and he … Continue reading
For the second time this month, Fremont’s Cascade Bicycle Studio was broken into Tuesday. Unfortunately, this time they were hit hard. In all, 32 bikes were stolen, including customer bikes. That’s quite an operation. Let’s hope law enforcement puts all … Continue reading
Here’s an example of someone channeling their anger at bike thieves into something valuable. Local coder Chip attended a recent Code for Seattle hackathon and used his experience losing bikes to thieves to inspire a project: An interactive map of … Continue reading