Lillstreet Art Center
4401 N Ravenswood Ave
Chicago , IL
United States

Date of Theft

Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 7:00pm

Basic Bike Info

Bicycle Type: 
Hybrid Bike
27 in wheels
Condition of Bicycle / Distinguishing Features: 
Bike is vintage black Canondale Silk Adventure 400, Womens size medium frame with "made in UAS" decal. Head and seat post shocks, 9x3 speed shimano shifters and derailleurs. Saddle: dark-brown/black leather brooks saddle/seat mounted on a chrome suspension seatpost. Multiple yellow reflective decals on front and sides of frame, 25kg luggage rack with two different style bolts connecting to seat post and reflector bolted to back. Two blue bungee cords, one on each side. Gripshift shifters on chrome rise bar handlebars, mounted on a black stem; rubber grips are worn and sticky, including worn out on left side where outer palm rests. Bell on left side distinctive: flip type, black with intricate copper pattern. Mount for headlight, wire bottle holder, and blue bicycle computer on handlebars. Spokes have small stars and other decorative features. Front tire is presta valve, back tire is shrader valve. Front and rear plastic fenders. Front forks are Headshok brand, single shock type.

Owner Information

Owner Name: 
Rebecca C
Contact Email: 
Email hidden by Chicago Stolen Bike Registry. Contact the CSBR staff to email the owner.

Lock Information

How was the lock defeated?: 
Lock is missing, along with the bike.
Lock Type: 
What was the bike locked to?: 
Locked to bike rack.
How was the bike locked?: 
Locked through both wheels and frame to object.

Incident Description

Which type of area was your bike stolen from?: 
Sidewalk in front of an open business.
How long was the bike locked in this location?: 
At most three hours (parked at 7:00 pm. Gone at 10:00 pm)
Incident Description: 
Bike was locked with kryptonite cable and bulldog u-lock through seat, front wheel, back wheel and frame. Bike was stolen between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm from in front of the building.

Recovery Information

This bike was recovered: