Subject:RE: RE: Stolen Cannonball Bikes, Truck and Trialer Date:Wed Sep 24 21:54:56 2014
Response to:19897
Thank God! When facing the loss of a bike it's heart wrenching. Getting it back and only losing the spare parts is acceptable...not palatable.... but acceptable. Karma will get the bastards that did this.

Cannonball vehicle's Recovered.

Credit is given to the speedy recovery by sharing this information through social media. Like an overnight World Wide APB.

Thanks everyone,


Last night, four Motorcycle Cannonball bikes and their support truck and trailer were stolen from the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, WA.

The bikes were as follows:

(Number 54) 1919 Harley Davidson J, (Owned by David Lloyd)

(Number 73) 1926 Harley Davidson JD, (Owned by Greg McFarland, Dallas TX)

(Number 76) 1931 Harley Davidson VL, (Big Swede Gustavvson, Dallas TX)

(Number 99) 1928 Harley Davidson JD. (Owned by Jon Neuman, Flower Mound TX)

The truck is a dark grey 2001 Ford F250 with Motorcycle Cannonball logos on the front doors,

The trailer is a 16 foot enclosed grey trailer with 4 windows and a large Motorcycle Cannonball logo on the rear door.

License Plate numbers are as follows:

1919 Harley Davidson J (Mississippi Antique Plate): 9620
1926 Harley Davidson JD (Texas Antique Plate) BDKX4
1928 Harley Davidson JD (Texas Antique Plate) BFGV2
1931 Harley Davidson VL (Texas Antique Plate) BFGR3

2001 Ford F250 (Texas Plate) 89LBC7
2007 Doolittle Trailer (Texas Plate) 41968M
I have attached photos of the trailer and motorcycles that I happen to have on my computer at this time.
The Truck is a Darker Grey 2001 Ford F-250 Diesel 4 doo