Un pezzone di Patrick Symmes racconta il business delle bici rubate, praticamente diventate l’equivalente odierno di ciò che era l’autoradio negli Anni 80 e 90.

Stolen bicycles have become a solvent in America’s underground economy, a currency in the world of drug addicts and petty thieves. Bikes are portable and easily converted to cash, and they usually vanish without a trace—in some places, only 5 percent are even reported stolen.

{Outside via Longform - Photo: Jake Stangel}