Tuesday, November 12, 2013

BIKE BONANZA: Facebook Group Sells Miles Of Bikes, Parts

Chicago Bike Sellers is a Facebook group that appears to be a clearinghouse for bicycle parts and bikes.

Lots and lots and lots of bicycle parts and bikes. There are some cell phones, cameras, and even a pair of expensive shoes thrown in for good measure.

We count 57 bikes and pieces of bikes being put on the market in the past hour.

We thought you may want to check it out while you can.

A sampling of the page's recent merchandise is below.


10 comments:

  1. Stolen merchandise blatantly sold online without fear of law enforcement. Where are the Sports Authority jackets?

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  2. That Malibu Barbie car needed to be removed from Halsted St anyway. Hopefully some little girl will get to enjoy it.

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  3. More - probably just the tip of the iceberg.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/LegitHustle/

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/222652941235825/

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1404883439725621/

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  4. Ultimately, the buyers are even scummier than the thieves.

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  5. Are the cops even onto this or been tipped about it?

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    1. There aren't enough cops to stop the muggings. I hope there aren't cops spending their time investigating stolen bike wheels.

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    2. Channel 2 will report tonight at 10 that CPD hasn't even shown up to collect homeowners' video of their residences being burglarized. Please tell us again that there are enough cops.

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    3. Exactly! People talk about having cams and CCTV and all this technology shit as if the cops are going to be able to do anything with the evidence. My neighbor took a video of his car being stolen to the police station and a month later they still had not even looked at it. The car was long gone and the thief was long gone. THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH COPS, PEOPLE!!!!!!!!

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  6. I didn't notice any shortage of Cops. What are you people on about?

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  7. A bizarre bazaar indeed.

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