Trucker Passions Forum







STEP 1) Click Into Any Category - STEP 2) Click NEW TOPIC - STEP 3) Post! It's that simple!
Members with accounts over 24 hours old are encouraged to click into the Introduction Area category to say hello!
Have fun!





BIKE STOLEN... PLZ READ.... TY

 
Post new topic   Reply to topic    Trucker Passions Forum index -> Off Topic
View previous topic :: View next topic  
Author Message

hdbkrst69_PREV
(deleted)









Posted:     Post subject: BIKE STOLEN... PLZ READ.... TY

Date: Nov 18, 2006 8:17 PM
Subject BIKE STOLEN!!! Please repost
Body: BIKE STOLEN!!! Please repost this from Biker Rooty...Thanks JD

PLEASE READ AND REPOST THIS !!

SPECIAL OPERATIONS WARRIOR FOUNDATION BIKE STOLEN!!!


Hey all,
Although I'm not a member of your messege board, we'd like to get the word out on this stolen custom chopper that was making the rounds in a raffle to help fallen Military families kids.
This really SUX!
FYI.....I just got off the phone with MadDog, who had this custom "raffle" bike stolen in South Carolina.
Since he's from my area in New Jersey, I told him that I'd help get the word out to everyone & to every biker newsletter & forum that I knew of.
I'd also like to ask everyone here to help us get the word out too, by doing the same.
Respects to all,
Saint
President
Nameless Few
<snip>

Stolen custom chopper. We need your help. Was to benefit kids of Dads killed in action.
We need your help.
I had a custom bike built to honor a friend of mine who was a Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan.
The bike was built by Tim Edmondson from American Iron Horse.
This bike is a total custom, one of a kind, Texas Hardtail with a custom Paint scheme by "Notorious".
The bike had ghost images of Special Forces guys in action.
THE BIKE WAS GOING TO BE RAFFLED OFF AND ALL MONEY WAS TO GO TO THE SPECIAL OPERATIONS WARRIOR FOUNDATION TO HELP KIDS WHO LOST THEIR DADS IN SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY AND WHO SERvED IN THE SPEC OPS COMMUNITY.
We were taking the bike to shows to raise the money. The bike and trailer were stolen from the Days Inn in Florence South Carolina when my crew stopped for a few hours sleep. The bike was stolen Sunday night 11/05 or early Monday morning 11/6.
The trailer is a black single axel "CARMATE" trailer 6'X 12' and has chrome wheel fenders and some diamond plate. It had a New Jersey Tag on it. It had "Franklin Trailer " stickers on it from the dealer where I bought it.
The bike is silver/gray with white ghost images. It has a 125 S&S black motor with an open belt primary and a right hand chain drive. It has a JIMs transsexual and a 330 rear wheel. The bike is total custom. Pictures of the bike can be found on my company Web site under "MAR-VEL NEWS". at <snip>.
I need the help of everybody out there. This more than a bike. This was for the kids who will never know their dads because thay gave their life protecting our freedoms. I know that this brotherhood can find this bike. There is a monetary reward, but there is a reward greater than money. Find this bike and you too will be a hero.
If you have any news or if you need more information and ID numbers call me at <snip> .
Thank you all!
MadDog

<snip explanation> Do not post personal contact information within the forums. We almost removed this entire post. If someone knows something that can help in this case, just contact the member via the site's internal email system.


hdbkrst69

Back to top

lonesomeangel




lonesomeangel

Joined:
April 16, 2008
Posts: 6

PostPosted:     Post subject:
Reply with quote
`That is really bad.I am really sorry to hear that it has happened hope ya find it

Back to top

Display posts from previous:   
Post new topic   Reply to topic     Trucker Passions Forum index -> Off Topic All times are GMT - 6 Hours
Page 1 of 1

 


© phpBB Limited







  • Home | Your Account | Search

    | Contact | Advertise on this Site

    | Journalists, Bloggers & Press Inquiries

    | Online Dating Directory Webmasters

    | Affiliate Program

    | Passions Network : Free Dating, Chat & Social Networking

    | Terms | Privacy Policy

    © 2004 - 2021