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STOLEN BIKE 2004 yz450f

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My bike was stolen 10-20-05 in Minot North Dakota. Its a 2004 yz450f with stock graphics, carbon fiber fork gaurds, renethal fat bars, universal tripple clamp, maxxis IT back tire and the exhaust is cut 4 inches. I'll post the VIN as soon as i get a hold of my parents. 500 dollar reward for the recovery of it. and another 500 for the prossecution of the low life that stole it.

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forgot to mention my friends bike was stolen with it.. 2000 kx 250 with no back fender and no shroud graphics. has a split fire seat cover and crappy bent cheap white bars with no front break lever.

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Sorry to hear about that dude, it must suck. I hate thiefs, they should all just rot in a hole. Where were the bikes? Were they in your garage, your truck? Were they locked up? If they were in a hidden area or a place that's hard to get into I'd start looking at people you know too.

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good news. my bike was recovered last night. someone found it hidden in some trees down by the river just a couple blocks away from where it was stolen. the KX 250 was not recovered though.

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was there anything different about the bike when u got it back, anything broken?? glad to hear u got it back though, hope someone finds the kx too

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Congrats on getting your bike back, did the cops happen to find out who took it?

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Congrats, any news on the KX, it should be near by. Hopefully they catch the scumbag who stole them.

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last year, we had some one try to break into our barn/shop. it had 3 50's, my old kx 100, yz250f, crf250x,crf250r, ktm 450 mxc, and 2 rm 85's. 2 golf carts, tractor, and a boat. but thankfully, the alarm sounded, and the police came. then they tried to do it again (during the day) and my dog "trigger" scared them away

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Good to hear your bike is back!! Bike thieves can rot for ever.

We had a rash of stolen bikes in this area a couple of years ago. Always look out for some signs like a kick ass bike being ridden by a guy in jeans and an open face helmet. Etc.

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Like John Travolta said in Pulp Fiction:

"It'd almost have been worth him doin' it, if I coulda caught him doin' it"

I have full-coverage after my CR 125 got stolen with no reimbursement, just c-ya bye, no more bike.

Glad you got yours back. Hope the green machine is found soon.

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last year, we had some one try to break into our barn/shop. it had 3 50's, my old kx 100, yz250f, crf250x,crf250r, ktm 450 mxc, and 2 rm 85's. 2 golf carts, tractor, and a boat. but thankfully, the alarm sounded, and the police came. then they tried to do it again (during the day) and my dog "trigger" scared them away

daymm thats a lot of toys 🤣:banghead::banghead:

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did you check the person who found it? did you dive the river near where the other bike was found. I'm betting someone pulled a DEEGAN and skied it into the H20 to keep from having to explain to mommy and daddy why he's coming home with a motorcycle.

Also check the local emergency rooms for any idiot with a broken shoulder or collorbone. Ha serves him right if he did, hope it stays green for a while and splinters.

I need a beer, now i'm pissed, maybe a couselor.

Whaddya think

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i searched the river bank and the trees around where they found mine.. the police said they searched the immediate area but didnt even look over the river bank so i checked it out pretty good.

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