Yesterday I found a bike in fairfeild boathouse carpark when I was out cycling. It was a 1982 CBX500v, and was on its side with alot of burnouts and doughnuts around the area, and had the intrument face broken open and battery hot-wired. It was still o9n when I found it (not running, obviously). I reported it and left my email adress under the grab-strap, after putting it on its bent side-stand. I was utterly discusted at all the people walking past and ignoring the bike, with no attempts to switch it off or put it up. It is a high traffic area, and if I was riding faster I probably would have gone over the handlebars as it was right in front of the path exit, so it wasnt a case of not wanting to touch a stolen bike either. What else discusts me is that who-ever nicked this bike obviously knew how to get it going, and as much as I hate to admit, was pretty good at being able to drop nice cirlcle burnouts on such an old (and heavy) bike, so one would think that they were reasonably experienced in riding. This bike, back in the day (though I wasnt even born) was the dingoes danglies, and is still a classic (maybe a collectable one day), and It was a shame to see it dying on the road. I returned about an hour later to find that it was gone (the police said they'ed come check it out) and I asked some organizers of a picnic day in the park if theyed seen anyone take it. Apparently three blokes came and wheeled it away, and I hope it was the owner. If anyone knows any other info about this, let me know, as I would like to help the owner get it back on the road (all things considered, the damage wasnt that bad) Cheers, and may motorcycle theives end up under a truck as the stolen bike glide gracefully into a cushy flower bed.