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Stolen bikes - be alert

Postby Mike Roberts » Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:20 pm

PLEASE CAN YOU HELP?

All our bikes were stolen from Colden, Hebden Bridge on the night of 2nd November.

If anyone has any information please contact either:
West Yorkshire Police on 101 or 999 quoting crime log no. 466, or
Rhiannon on 01422 847 648 or 07954 373 179

Colnago CLX 3.0 carbon road bike. 45cm frame.
Colour: white, black bar tape and decals. Red electrical tape on head tube.
Black Shimano ultegra groupset.
White rims.
Fizik vitesse saddle.
Black Look keo pedals.
Garmin computer bracket on handlebars.

Lapierre Zesty 314 full suspension mountain bike. Ladies Medium frame.
Colour: white with gold transfers/seat clamp
Shimano SLX groupset.
Maxxis high roller tyres.
Fox Float rear shock.
Rock Shox sector SL u-turn front shock.
SPD pedals.

Principia grey anodised aluminium road bike. 50cm frame.
Shimano 105 groupset.
Mavic wheels.
ITM black millennium stem, bars and seat post.
Fizik vitesse saddle.
Black Look keo pedals.
Garmin computer bracket on handle bars. Metal exposure light bracket on handlebars.
Light bracket and white mountain bike mudguard on seat post.

Scott scale 30 carbon mountain bike. 15" frame.
Colour: bright royal blue/black.
Fox front suspension.
Flat bars. Stubby bar ends.
SPD pedals and Fizik vitesse saddle.

Marin Alp Trail full suspension mountain bike. Small frame.
Colour: grey with light blue bar grips.
Shimano brakes and discs.
Fox float rear shock.
Marozzichi bomber front shocks.
MBobs

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Re: Stolen bikes - be alert

Postby mrduck1980 » Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:50 am

Terrible news but unfortunately becomming more and more common! I've heard a lot of stories about targeted attacks recently where not just one bike is nicked but the whole lot. After the insurance thread the other day dispite the premium increase M&S still came out best (for me) with their home and contents insurance covering an unlimited number of bikes to a max value of 2k each as standard then you need to declare individual bikes over said value.....
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