[*BCM*] Bostoncriticalmass Digest, Vol 72, Issue 3

rinonvan at gmail.com rinonvan at gmail.com
Thu Jul 8 16:27:09 EDT 2010

Thanks for the reply, Rebecca.

We've checked with building security and have filed a police report.
I'm going to try to visit the local bike shops next to ask for advice
and put up posters.
The part that baffles me is that there was a $40-something Kryptonite
U-lock on it... and that was gone, too.

I ride a Raleigh 3-speed myself and seems like I may be looking for
another one similar style to replace her's.
Any suggestions for European-type city bikes?


On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 3:33 PM, Rebecca Albrecht
<ralbrecht at speakeasy.net> wrote:
>> Fellow cyclists, asking for your help.
>> My girlfriend's bike was stolen this past week from the bike rack
>> behind her workplace near Porter Square while she was away on
>> vacation.
>> It's a beat-up pink Schwinn Suburban 10-speed I think from the late
>> 70's or early 80's with fenders, gum-wall tires, step-through frame
>> and basket on the front handlebars, should be very easy to spot.
>> Tons of sentimental value.
>> Please spread the word and keep a look-out.
>> Any info, please write to me at 'rinonvan at gmail.com'
>> Thank you so much!
>> I've attached pictures, but here is a link as well:
>> http://i1015.photobucket.com/albums/af279/rinonvan/Pinkie01.jpg
>> I've also posted this on Craigslist,
>> http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/1828004907.html
>> and Boston Biker,
>> http://bostonbiker.org/forum/topic/stolen-pink-schwinn-suburban
>> and will file a police report and make the rounds to local shops.
>> Much appreciated. Ride safe.
> As an owner of a ladies dutch bicycle I think that its a very pretty
> bicycle. I'll keep my eyes open for it. I hope that she gets it back.
> Maybe the police confiscated it as an abandoned bicycle.
> Rebecca

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