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By UnluckyTeen - / Thursday 22 October 2009 11:29 / Singapore
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By  fabriqate  |  0

When i bough a bike, the seller assured me that it was very safe until he acknowledged which university i belonged to. and persuade me to use at least two locks.

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  wellinever  |  5

Not cool AussFart. Besides, the OP is from Singapore - there are probably fewer black people there than where you are from. Bikes and wallets get stolen the whole world over. I guess all our lives suck.

By  fabriqate  |  0

When i bough a bike, the seller assured me that it was very safe until he acknowledged which university i belonged to. and persuade me to use at least two locks.

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  blland  |  0

the trick is to get a really old second hand bike. I don't even lock mine. All other bikes are being stolen (wheel by wheel) but mine remains untouched.

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  carvar  |  12

Ikr. No one wants an old rusted bike. Anyone would rather have that shiny sturdy looking bike over that bike that looks like its about to fall apart.

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  ovyind  |  0

Actually, chaining up the bike isn't all that good a solution. It takes on average 5 seconds to cut through chains, or a regular bike-lock for that sake.

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