stolen bike?

The Coalition wants to help people get their bikes back! Check here for recently reported stolen bikes, as well as the ‘stolen bike’ board in our downtown San Luis Obispo space.

We also encourage you to head to the local craigslist site to post your stolen bike, our bike community is strong and are always looking to help out.

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7 thoughts on “stolen bike?

  1. The stolen bike is a 2006 Giant Rincon, 17″ girls frame, 26″ tires, color is Wheat (Tan w/ Brown trim), serial #C46L7971. Small gear bag attached beneath seat. Stolen from near intersection of S. Higuera and Madonna in San Luis Obispo on February 12, 2011.

  2. My bike was stolen from 655 1/2 Johnson Ave. on the evening of June 7, 2011. It is a 51″ dark green Surly Pacer. The serial number is M9121479.

    • sorry to hear about your stolen bike! we have a ‘stolen bike’ board in the bike kitchen space in downtown slo, because we’re all pretty tuned into bicycle culture here in town, we can help you get more eyes on the ground if you bring in a picture and description. hopefully we can help you get it back to you!

  3. My bike was stolen @ the gas station on the corner of Orcutt and Broad st. on Sept. 19th 2011. It was a Black ‘Cannondale’ hybrid road bike, size M. Serial #: Icc09H00647. If anyone finds it for me I will give them a $150 reward, as the bike was worth over double that amount.

    Nick
    805-215-2463

  4. Two stolen bikes from the San Luis Obispo Amtrak station on April 2nd or 3rd.

    First is a Bianchi Vigorelli, 2011 model — white. 53cm.

    Second was a 25″ Trek 7.2FX with an xtracycle on the back, and panniers.

  5. My Kona was stolen yesterday or Sunday night from my garage here in SLO. It is a white Kona One20 Supreme full-suspension mountain bike. Rockshox Revelation RLT fork, black. Fox RP23 rear shock. Stan’s ZTR Flow wheelset. Crank Bros Iodine 3 bars. Brand-new SLX hydraulic brakes and rotors..XT shifters. Weyless seat post. Silver and black WTB Rocket V seat. Brand-new Continental Trail King 2.4 on front, 2.2 on rear. It also had a Yakima Tube Top rack adapter on it. Please call Dave at 801-7035 if you see any of these parts or the bike, thanks!

  6. Stolen Bike:
    Kona Shonky Inc. Dirt jumping bike. (Orange, rear disc only)
    Taken from the bike rack at Central Coast Brewing on Thursday night (Oct. 10) or Friday morning (Oct. 11). Lock was cut. Reward paid in copious amounts of beer

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