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Friday 27 June 2014 between the hours of 8pm & 8:20pm
bike racks outside Woolworths & the Beer Wine & Spirits entrance at Riverton Forum Shopping Centre in Riverton.
some neanderthal has butchered my padlock with what appears to be a pair of boltcutters in an attempt to steal my bike again
There is Video surveillance of the carpark but not the bike racks. I'm going to see centre management in a few days and tell them to install some cameras over the bike racks.
This is getting annoying. I keep my bike but have to replace the lock now. Cable a month ago, lock now
It's not even a fancy bike ffs. Just a base model Giant road bike that is a couple of years old. What do other people do to make thieves look elsewhere?
How important are good looks to you?
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
Well it's difficult when you are really really good looking.
Get a beater
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The trouble with jogging is that the ice falls out of your glass
not sure I would be allowed to paint the bike matt black or coat it in chocolate
any aesthetic changes need to be removable otherwise I get in trouble
I kind of like how the guy in the video does his painting in the street instead of his own property. Not sure why nobody called the cops on him
Jeeeze, don't have much luck do you? It might be worth considering why your bike is being targeted.. Does your preferred lock look like an easy target? - Does your bike look particularly expensive (relative to the others where you lock it - you mentioned its; "just a giant road bike" - compare this to most bikes in the bike rack outside a shopping centre, I suspect it will almost always appear the highest value target) - Are you locking your bike in areas where there is a reasonable amount of cover to give potential thieves a feeling of security while they go about their business?
I am always very reluctant to lock my bike up at shopping centres if I can avoid it, and never without first doing a lap around to establish which I believe is going to be the "best" place for me to lock it up. I carry a small combination lock for those times when I need to duck into a toilet or into the local IGA near home, but if I know that I need to stop off at a shopping centre or anywhere that it will be for more than a couple of minutes then I take my U-lock from the office with mem
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