Chase Ohm is a biker from El Paso, TX who is making a plea to the motorcycle community – to help him locate and recover his stolen motorcycle. He’s Motor Transport Operator with the US Army, who has recently returned from an overseas deployment, and considering the service and sacrifice he is making for his country, we feel compelled here at BON to help him out.
Chase’s 2006 Kawasaki Ninja 636 went missing from El Paso this week, and all he has been able to find out about it, is that it was sold to someone nearly 300 miles away, in Albuquerque, NM. Chase says,
Some guy was making payments on it from El Paso and then I got a call yesterday saying the payments weren’t being paid on the bike…so I tracked down a few people in El Paso, and I found the dude who the thief sold it to, but that guy is the one that sold it into Albuquerque.
All Chase wants is his bike returned, and from the sounds of it, tracking the bike down is just taking him in circles. So here at BON, we’re sharing this story with all of you, in hopes that maybe someone here has seen his bike, and can help him get it back. At this point, his ride could be anywhere.
Take a look at photos of Chase’s 2006 Kawasaki Ninja 636 below, and please, share this post with your friends and family in the biker community. Distinguishing features and marks on his bike are as follows: It has American Flag stickers on both sides of the front fender, and a circle shaped Rio Grande Shovelhead sticker on the side of the body. Chase asks, that if you spot his bike, to please contact him via Facebook at Chase Ohm, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via telephone at 540-535-8470.
We’d like to take a moment to thank you, BON family, for being the kind of close knit family that bikers like Chase can look to for help. You’re a fantastic bunch of people.