The missing Ultimate Folding Bicycle designed by Leonard Rubin

Prototype bicycle stolen! One of a kind

One of a Kind bicycle stolen from Local small business owner and bike designer Leonard Rubin, in the quite Sellwood neighborhood there is trouble and pain for a local bicycle Designer Leonard Rubin. His prized prototype has been stolen and his friends are asking for other Portlanders help in finding it.
This one of a kind folding bicycle has been the passion behind 30 years of research and development by Leonard Rubin. It cost his family over $40,000 to build the initial titanium prototype and have spend over $500,000.00 Developing it over the past 30 years.
If you have any information about the missing bicycle please contact the Portland Police. More information and photos can be found at

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Hmmmmm.... says ... on Thursday, May 20 at 6:55 AM

That is a big waste of money. For 40k, I'll get an illegal to pedal for me!

Hmmmmm... says ... on Thursday, May 20 at 6:52 AM

Check Schnitzer... They pay good for scrap metal

Jim Donohue says ... on Tuesday, May 18 at 8:58 AM

It might be impossible to register such a bike. Being a prototype, it is "one of a kind" and since it didn't come off an assembly line, it has no serial number. Just look at the photo, it's the only one like it.

David Donald says ... on Tuesday, May 18 at 6:31 AM

A really bad deal. Just makes sense to register your bike at one of the free online BikeRegistry services on the net and to TAG it; PRIOR TO GETTING STOLEN....

Pee Wee says ... on Monday, May 17 at 8:30 AM

Did you check the basement at the Alamo?

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