John Schreiner is one of America's favorite heathens. More than two years ago, this happened, before he moved off to never-never land (PDX.) Such a bummer, as I built that bike from the frame up for him at the CRC Cykel Garage. As you'll learn, it's not the first bike he's "lost" over the years. (note: don't leave bikes unlocked overnight in front of the BLB). Fast forward to last Friday night, unwinding on the OOOBS loading dock after work, and our pal Karla mentions, "hey, who bought Schreiner's bike? I saw it locked on First Avenue this morning." Say what?!?! Thinking there's no way it could still be there, Jargo hopped on his bike and scrambled over to First Ave. Sure enough there it sat. The cheap cable around the seatpost had already been clipped; apparently it had sat there all day with someone else with designs on stealing it, too. I got the call from Jargo that it was indeed still there so rolled over and ghost-rode it back to the compound for safe-keeping. Schreiner is beyond stoked, as are we. Moral of the story: keep you eyes peeled, stolen bikes are recoverable with lots of perserverance and a little luck.