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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Thanks for confirming it wasn't the Scorpion as was used in both the other cases...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Thanks for confirming it wasn't the Scorpion as was used in both the other cases...

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    I was under the impression that gps was "3 dimensional"?

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Never had a tracker. Which one would you guys recommend? Mine lives in a garage most of the time. H

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huge View Post
    Never had a tracker. Which one would you guys recommend? Mine lives in a garage most of the time. H
    Ask Jimmy H... he swear by his...if it moves an inch this thing vibrates in his pocket... it's not his phone :-) joking aside Jimmy's got a really good set up, but can't recall the name of it.

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    BikeTrac Stuart.

    Great service, they even phoned to ask if I needed help when I crashed my GSA in the Pyrenees.

    Wouldn’t be without it now.

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Thats the one Jimmy...

    In case anyones wondering why I'm still awake..

    Me and my wee mate have just hoovered the last of this 59.5%.... Cask Strength...stunning...but needs some H2O... the American Oak is shite compared to it anyhow....zzzzz time... ttfn peeps. .

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    ...Me and my wee mate have just hoovered the last of this 59.5%...
    Is your mate called Bradford?
    Lol.
    Sorry all. In joke.
    DONT explain Stu
    Last edited by Huge; 16th September 2018 at 07:32 AM.

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyMac View Post
    BikeTrac Stuart.

    Great service, they even phoned to ask if I needed help when I crashed my GSA in the Pyrenees.

    Wouldn’t be without it now.

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    Looks intersting, ta.
    I'm gonna check my shotgun license to see what it says about waiting for a thief to return to where he stashed your stolen bike:
    "It was only the one kneecap, your honour..."

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Quote Originally Posted by Huge View Post
    Never had a tracker. Which one would you guys recommend? Mine lives in a garage most of the time. H
    +1 on BikeTrac. You can set it to register any movement or set up a "geofence". As Jimmy says it also has a 'bike down" mode where as well as them calling you, you can set up text alerts to other people.

    It's not cheap but is well worth it IMHO.

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    Re: Stolen Bike

    Quote Originally Posted by Huge View Post
    Is your mate called Bradford?
    Lol.
    Sorry all. In joke.
    DONT explain Stu
    Lol.... haha... no but he's only got one shoe on... so we will call him Shuey which in a way is Scottish for Hughey..

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