2006 CBR600RR Black and Orange Tribal

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The Details…

Date of Theft3/20/18
Location of TheftPasadena, Maryland
Model Year2006
ColorBlack and Orange Tribal
VIN NumberJH2PC37016M301625
Police Report Filed?Yes
Name of Police AgencyAnne Arundel County

Here’s the Story…

Bike was stolen sometime overnight between 3/20/18 and 3/21/18. The bike does not run so it had to have been hauled away. It had a brand new cover put on it the day before. I think the thieves thought it was a new bike because of the cover. It has been sitting for sometime and has a rusted chain. The only recent photos is from when the bike blew over in a wind storm. Things that make the bike unique are: It is the orange pearl bike with tribal flames on the side Honda released in 2006 only. The tail fairing is all black. The stock tribal bike usually has an orange tail fairing. The paint on the black tail fairing is in bad shape. The swing arm has carbon fiber covers on it. The frame sliders were race style low profile sliders. The foot pegs are round and black in color. It has no passenger pegs or seat. The seat was replaced by a black seat fairing cover. The rear fender was replaced by a bracket for just the tag. It has flush mount front turn signals and small oval shaped rear turn signals. The tires on it are Michelin Pilot Powers and have orange marking on the tires. The subframe for the tail and seat portion is from a 2005 and is marks as such. The right engine fairing has minor rash on it as well as the lower fairing. There is a gremlin bell near the triple tree

There have been several bike stolen from my neighborhood in the recent months. Hoping that these thieves get caught

Listing ID: 046639

March 21, 2018 10:20 pm

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  •  Pasadena Maryland 21122