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See the top ten spots for most bike thefts in Denver

For all the good things that come along with more cycling in Denver, there are also some negatives -- including bicycle-related crime, which tends to be committed at some locations more often than others. Example: A new 9News report has identified the city's ten worst bike racks for theft, with many major landmarks making the roster -- including Auraria campus, which turns up three (!) times. Look below to see the complete list, illustrated via interactive graphics of the area; if you have problems seeing the images, click "View Larger Map."

Number 10: 1151 Arapahoe Street -- 11 bikes (Auraria campus)


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Number 9: 1416 Platte Street -- 11 bikes (REI)


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Continue counting down the top ten spots for the most bike thefts in Denver. Number 8: 777 North Bannock Street -- 11 bikes (Denver Health)


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Number 7: 10 West 14th Avenue -- 11 bikes (Denver Public Library)


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Continue counting down the top ten spots for the most bike thefts in Denver. Number 6: 1111 West Colfax -- 11 bikes (Auraria campus)


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Number 5: 700 14th Street -- 12 bikes (Convention Center)


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Continue counting down the top ten spots for the most bike thefts in Denver. Number 4: 3000 East 1st Avenue -- 12 bikes (Cherry Creek Mall)


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Number 3: 1901 East Buchtel Boulevard -- 15 bikes (light-rail station)


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Continue counting down the top ten spots for the most bike thefts in Denver. Number 2: 1460 Little Raven Street -- 17 bikes (parking garage)


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Number 1: 1200 Larimer Street -- 19 bikes (Auraria campus)


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Here's the 9News report:

More from our Things to Do archive: "Denver Cruiser Ride: City officially proclaims Wednesdays 'Bike Night in Denver.'"

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