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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 06-25-2016, 05:12 PM
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Not exclusive to BMW, either... at least one Ducati 1199 maybe two with the second perhaps being a Panigale R.

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I'm surprised he can even get a policy at this point. Most companies will not write a policy to anyone thats had two thefts reported within a certain time frame.

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Sro what do you mean "another unfortunate event for an HP4 you've owned" has this guy gotten his previous hp4's stolen also, lmao if that's true. Tragic but funny


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he lightly wrecked one of them in a parking lot type accident from what I remember of the story he told. Insurance totaled it and he did buy back, and then parted it out.
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Dang I hate hearing bike theft stories
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Not exclusive to BMW, either... at least one Ducati 1199 maybe two with the second perhaps being a Panigale R.
Yes, my 1199R I crashed on the track. It was in fact an 1199R. THe engine went to a reputable Ducati dealerships general manager out west. I explicitly told Rider the bike was crashed on the track and I was covered. I tried selling with some fairing damage and nobody was interested so I parted it out. Is that your problem? I used the insurance to buy a new HP4 which at the time I wasn't a fan of riding. I posted it on here for sale for months priced at $19,000 for a 2014 HP4 Comp with around 2,000 miles. Again, no interest not a single serious buyer so yes I parted it out and made back my money. Again.... where is the problem?

I fail to see why so many of you are butthurt. Before some of you even try and begin some libelous bullshit I highly recommend you check your comments.

The fact you turn this into a bitch fest over my choice to part out two motorcycles in the past I couldn't get sold is absurd. Sorry for you assholes who bitch that it was left outside. Thats the only choice I have/had. My own home doesn't have a garage, and I slept at a friends home that is closer to work who doesn't have one either.

OH, and maybe abefore some of you tried spewing MORE bullshit on here you'd know that not even 24 hours later another riders CBR600RR was stolen about 2 miles away.

So unless you walk in my shoes feel free to keep your opinion to yourselves.

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So unless you walk in my shoes feel free to keep your opinion to yourselves.
Don't post your problems or acts of stupidity on a public forum and you won't find a long list of opinions...

Besides, that is a choice response considering that you recently left a pretty harsh comment on someone's thread who was asking about warranty coverage on a crashed bike.
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Besides, that is a choice response considering that you recently left a pretty harsh comment on someone's thread who was asking about warranty coverage on a crashed bike.

Well said.
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now back to motorcycle theft...
I would post an article from a JAX news site but it is filled with pure stupidity. For example :

1.Cover the motorcycle with a basic, non-named cover to conceal the model from “drive-by hunters” looking to steal a specific model.
2. Block the motorcycle in with cars.

The list goes on... but what I would like to highlight is that the Sheriff's office has noticed an increase in motorcycle theft.

I truly believe it is an organized ring pulling off these thefts. The police make it easier for this to continue because they just don't follow up with anything and assume there is no chance to retrieve the vehicles.

All that aside... sorry about your bike. I too don't have many options for storage. I have however purchased as much security as possible. If I was allowed ...the hooks that bolt into the concrete seem like a great option. I would get a couple if they would let me drill into the parking garage.
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Besides, that is a choice response considering that you recently left a pretty harsh comment on someone's thread who was asking about warranty coverage on a crashed bike.
Not to mention trying to sell a bike without a valid title, etc.

As I posted earlier, Karma's a bitch.
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