Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Fort Lauderdale FL
I see you're in FL. If you're in South FL like me, you want to concentrate on not getting the bike stolen, versus getting it back after it's stolen. The reason is the "pros" here will have your bike in parts before you realize it's gone.
When I lived in a condo, I'd see a new bike arrive in the parking lot every few weeks. They'd last about 3-4 weeks, then they were gone. One guy had GPS, the crooks removed it in the van and threw it on the side of the road leading out of the condo.
If you don't have a garage, rent a storage unit. If you have to leave the bike out overnight, chain or cable it to a tree or pole. It won't stop them, but it might redirect their attention to an easier target. One guy parked his car up close against his bike...that worked for months, until one rainy night when he and his wife took the car to dinner and left the bike out.
Go hakafugu yourself.