Kyle’s former 700

This is the trike that was stolen from Kyle, a blue Catrike 700, 2013 model. His insurance has covered the loss, and a brand new orange Catrike 700 is on its way to him. All’s well that ends well, especially when we remember that love of one another and human relationships are far more important than our temporal material possessions, which pale in comparison. Trike On Kyle …

Kyle Bryant on Catrike 700The one that got away! Orange will look more awesome anyway.


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4 Responses to Kyle’s former 700

  1. Boaz Axelrad says:

    Screw the “love each other” none sense… Bike thieves should be shot or hung. Like horse thieves. That’s all

    I have to say.

  2. B1620 says:

    Speaking of insurance, what kind did he have. More than homeowners?



  3. Trike Hobo says:

    Home owner’s or renter’s insurance cover loss of human powered cycles usually. If your bike or trike gets stolen while on a ride somewhere, the loss is reimbursed.

  4. Down Wind Dan says:

    Temporal material possessions comes way ahead of that slop of the milk of human kindness. Thief’s should be sharply discouraged. Like Axelrad above said Shoot or hang ‘um.

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