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  #221  
Old 25th June 2008, 12:12 AM
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i would watch out
if i were you
just be very cautious with your bike
you shouldnt have a problem


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Old 4th July 2008, 06:33 PM
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Make: Honda CBR 125R

Colour: Red/Black

Reg: 07-D70495

Stolen from: Hunterswood/Ballycullen/Dublin at night 04/07/2008 4th of July

Distinguishing Features: Had been crashed and has a few scratches on each side, the bodywork on the left hand side is broken in a visible way, a scratch sticker on the tank.
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Old 4th July 2008, 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Martin24 View Post
Make: Honda CBR 125R

Colour: Red/Black

Reg: 07-D70495

Stolen from: Hunterswood/Ballycullen/Dublin at night 04/07/2008 4th of July

Distinguishing Features: Had been crashed and has a few scratches on each side, the bodywork on the left hand side is broken in a visible way, a scratch sticker on the tank.
Ahhh Jeasus, sorry to hear it & shit that your first post had to be this.

What happened to the two hoors that were arrested a few months back & were linked to all the bikes getting nicked.
Have they served some time & back on the streets?

Just when things were getting quite
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Old 12th July 2008, 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by norgod View Post
Gardai reckon they spot a bike they want and follow you
if anyone unless another biker manage to follow me all the way back home they can take my bike dont mind, im not worth to ride it so...
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Old 15th July 2008, 06:01 PM
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Yet another one to keep an eye out for lads and lassies...

My Uncle had his bike "vanish" on him last night...

Make/Model: Honda Hornet 250

Colour: Blue

Reg: 99-D-86977

Stolen from: The driveway of a friends house in Clontarf, Dublin 3 between 10:30pm and 11:30pm 14th July (last night).

Distinguishing Features: None really, other than the fact it is, (or was) in absolutely mint condition!!!
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Old 16th July 2008, 01:43 PM
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LEHENAGHMORE Togher Cork..... The walkway I like to call the 'Trail of Tears' cas theres so many stolen bikes burnt out there is about to claim another victim....
It is a SUZUKI AX 100 ( I think)
and right now at 1.30 pm Wednesday 16 there is a muppet just about to ride it into the ground and more than likely burn it out later.

I dont have the camera with me but If I had Id take some snaps.

Go get them...
Dennypie
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Old 22nd July 2008, 05:34 PM
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Sorry this has to be my 1st post but my bike was taken from the front of the house last night and i'm gutted.
I use the bike for work and am desperate for the return.. It's a long shot but if anyone see's a

Honda Transalp xl400v
95 D 50761


There's a good night out in it for any information that'll help me find it.!!

Cheers
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Old 22nd July 2008, 05:40 PM
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Ah bad news on your Transalp man !
Did you notify the Gardai yet ?

Its a unique paintjob so will keep an eye out for you.

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Old 22nd July 2008, 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by bte72 View Post
Sorry this has to be my 1st post but my bike was taken from the front of the house last night and i'm gutted.
I use the bike for work and am desperate for the return.. It's a long shot but if anyone see's a

Honda Transalp xl400v
95 D 50761


There's a good night out in it for any information that'll help me find it.!!

Cheers
I'll have a look around the waste ground on the Ballymun Road later.
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Old 22nd July 2008, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by bte72 View Post
Sorry this has to be my 1st post but my bike was taken from the front of the house last night and i'm gutted.
I use the bike for work and am desperate for the return.. It's a long shot but if anyone see's a

Honda Transalp xl400v
95 D 50761


There's a good night out in it for any information that'll help me find it.!!

Cheers
Ah for fooks sakes lad, your first post and all. So sorry to read that your bike is missing. I'll keep an eye out my part of the world. Keep your chin up even during this time.
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Old 22nd July 2008, 07:39 PM
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Originally Posted by bte72 View Post
Sorry this has to be my 1st post but my bike was taken from the front of the house last night and i'm gutted.
I use the bike for work and am desperate for the return.. It's a long shot but if anyone see's a

Honda Transalp xl400v
95 D 50761


There's a good night out in it for any information that'll help me find it.!!

Cheers

Thanks very much for your support guys... I'll be keeping the chin up alright and with any luck i'll be back on her shortly!!

If not i'll be back on 2 wheels when i can afford it!!!


Cheers once again

Barry
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Old 22nd July 2008, 07:43 PM
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sorry to hear that. will keep a lookout for it
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Old 22nd July 2008, 07:51 PM
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Originally Posted by bte72 View Post
Sorry this has to be my 1st post but my bike was taken from the front of the house last night and i'm gutted.
I use the bike for work and am desperate for the return.. It's a long shot but if anyone see's a

Honda Transalp xl400v
95 D 50761


There's a good night out in it for any information that'll help me find it.!!

Cheers
where was it stolen from?
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Old 22nd July 2008, 07:56 PM
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Originally Posted by guttermutt View Post
where was it stolen from?
It was stolen from Milltree Park in Ratoath ... Sometime between i'd say 11pm - 7am...

Walked out of the house all geared up and there it wasn't
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Old 5th August 2008, 09:15 PM
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Hi lads - first post.

One of my bikes was stolen about 3 months ago from Wilton Rd, Cork City.
Make: Kawasaki
Model: ZX-10
Year: 1989
Reg: 89 C 18129
Colour: Black / RedStripe

Havn't heard anything about it since it was stolen, however, the theft has caused me to take action.
I also have a 99 Yamaha Vmax. After doing a lot of research I made contact with a company in China that make a GPS device that fits into your bike.
If you bike is stolen, you call it with your mobile phone, it sends back the GPS co-ordinates, and then you just enter them into Google Earth and it locates your bikes position. There's no re-occuring cost, just the price of the unit - that's it.
You do have to buy a SIM card for the device and keep it topped up so that it can send you back the text message with the co-ordinates.
I've started installing them into a few friends bikes, they work fine.

If anyone wants one just PM me. I'll help install the unit, I'll install google earth onto your computer (you need internet access) and I'll show you how to use.

Once you see this work you'll nearly wish that your Bike gets stolen so that you can catch the fucker and beat the crap out of him.
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Old 5th August 2008, 09:16 PM
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Hi lads - first post.

One of my bikes was stolen about 3 months ago from Wilton Rd, Cork City.
Make: Kawasaki
Model: ZX-10
Year: 1989
Reg: 89 C 18129
Colour: Black / RedStripe

Havn't heard anything about it since it was stolen, however, the theft has caused me to take action.
I also have a 99 Yamaha Vmax. After doing a lot of research I made contact with a company in China that make a GPS device that fits into your bike.
If you bike is stolen, you call it with your mobile phone, it sends back the GPS co-ordinates, and then you just enter them into Google Earth and it locates your bikes position. There's no re-occuring cost, just the price of the unit - that's it.
You do have to buy a SIM card for the device and keep it topped up so that it can send you back the text message with the co-ordinates.
I've started installing them into a few friends bikes, they work fine.

If anyone wants one just PM me. I'll help install the unit, I'll install google earth onto your computer (you need internet access) and I'll show you how to use it.

Once you see this work you'll nearly wish that your Bike gets stolen so that you can catch the fucker and beat the crap out of him.
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Old 5th August 2008, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by RedRebel View Post
Hi lads - first post.

One of my bikes was stolen about 3 months ago from Wilton Rd, Cork City.
Make: Kawasaki
Model: ZX-10
Year: 1989
Reg: 89 C 18129
Colour: Black / RedStripe

Havn't heard anything about it since it was stolen, however, the theft has caused me to take action.
I also have a 99 Yamaha Vmax. After doing a lot of research I made contact with a company in China that make a GPS device that fits into your bike.
If you bike is stolen, you call it with your mobile phone, it sends back the GPS co-ordinates, and then you just enter them into Google Earth and it locates your bikes position. There's no re-occuring cost, just the price of the unit - that's it.
You do have to buy a SIM card for the device and keep it topped up so that it can send you back the text message with the co-ordinates.
I've started installing them into a few friends bikes, they work fine.

If anyone wants one just PM me. I'll help install the unit, I'll install google earth onto your computer (you need internet access) and I'll show you how to use it.

Once you see this work you'll nearly wish that your Bike gets stolen so that you can catch the fucker and beat the crap out of him.
Fair play to ya man sounds like a great idea
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Old 5th August 2008, 09:30 PM
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is it pricey?
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  #239  
Old 5th August 2008, 09:58 PM
RedRebel RedRebel is offline
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Originally Posted by Bikette View Post
is it pricey?
They're about 400 a pop. But its not really a busines so I'm not buying them in bulk or anything. The couple of Bikes I have put them on are 8,000 + machines so its not that much extra, however informing your Insurance Company of their installation should reduce your premium.
So depending on where you live, what type of insurance you get, how much your premium is and how much your bike is worth, dictates wheather its pricey or not. (e.g. if it knocks 100 off your premium then it pays for itself over time)

But the best part of it is this.
Your bike is stolen, You print out its exact location, You call around to the Guards and say 'let go get my bike'.
End result - Thief gets caught, has to pay for damage, possibly gets jail, you get your bike back.

or

Don't bother calling the Guards, call around with a few mates instead.
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Old 5th August 2008, 10:14 PM
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Here's a picture of my Vmax.
The stolen ZX-10 is just visible behind it.


Click the image to open in full size.
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