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I do notice that a lot of towns on the list are:
a) large
b) have strong or up-and-coming cycling commmunities.

Coincidence?

Probably not.

Is the ranking based on per capita thefts or total thefts? Obviously this makes a big difference.

I would expect college towns to be high on the list, at least in a per capita measure.

Since posting this, two of my friends have had their bikes stolen.

One had her bike locked up in her condo's common room. Someone came and stole all the bikes one night. She had a cable lock.

The other had her house broken into and her two bikes - among other things - stolen.

Each of them had a brand new bike. So sad.

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