From The New York Shitty Inbox: Stolen On Huron Street

A fellow named Michael writes:

Hey Heather,

Love the blog, as always. Sadly I have another stolen bike post. I was wondering if you could help my wife out by posting something on your blog.

My wife woke up to a stolen bike this morning. Her green 3rd Ward NYCBike was stolen last night/early this morning on Huron Street between Manhattan and Franklin.  The bike had a brown wicker basket, old-school Brooks saddle and NYC Street Memorial placard in the spokes. A pic is attached (pre-Brooks saddle). Contact Lindsay.Illion@gmail.com with any info.

Thanks again for any help.

If any north ‘Pointers have seen this bike or know of its whereabouts please contact its rightful owner at the above-listed email address. Thanks!

New York Shitty Day Starter: A Request From The Head of the 94th Precinct

D.I. Hurson writes (on May 16th):

Today we arrested someone in the act of stealing a bicycle (which is as easy as finding a needle in a haystack). The problem is we can not find the owner. Could you post a picture on your blog to help identify the owner? The bicycle was stolen from Leonard and Greenpoint today.

Done! If this bike belongs to you— or you know to whom it does belong— please swing by the 94th or give them a ring at (718) 383-3879.

LAST GASP: Going Your Way?

March 12, 2011 ·
Filed under: BAD ASS, Hell's Kitchen Manhattan, Manhattan, New York City 

This find hails from 54th Street in Hell’s Kitchen and comes courtesy of Dale Harris.

Miss Heather

‘Tis The Season, Part II: Graham Avenue

The above photograph does not adequately showcase the feast for the senses that is this three-wheeled bit of holiday awesomeness I encountered this afternoon. Thankfully my camera can film video. Enjoy!

WOW.

Miss Heather

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