My bikes have been stolen (Whyte T130CRS and Focus Jam2 6.8plus)

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  • My bikes have been stolen (Whyte T130CRS and Focus Jam2 6.8plus)
  • Premier Icon argee
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    Got back from work today to find the bikes have been taken, they were locked together with a few locks and up against things, but they’ve taken the lot, must be 50kg they had to lug. Anyway, the bikes are:

    2018 Whyte T130CRS, lime green, it stands out a little as it comes with matching lime green Industry Nine Trail 245 wheelset, and onza ibis skinwalls on them, also has a different bar/stem.

    2019 Focus Jam2 in electric blue, only change on this one from standard is the front brake is a M7000 SLX, and tyres are magic mary / eddy current rear.

    Bikes taken from the Bristol area, hope they show up somewhere for my ability to ever go mountain biking again.

    Will post pictures as soon i can work out how!

    Whyte

    Focus

    Premier Icon argee
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    Also, anyone know if whyte/focus run stolen registers that i can send them the serial numbers for?

    therevokid
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    which part … im on the north side of Bristol.

    Premier Icon argee
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    Yate/Chipping Sodbury area

    Premier Icon TedC
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    Will keep an eye out in the Swindon area.

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    https://stolen-bikes.co.uk/ helped me get mine back I offered a reward fwiw

    Someone was offered it as a swap for the bike they were selling on a Facebook group

    Good kuck

    Premier Icon burko73
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    Were they inside/ garage etc?

    Premier Icon argee
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    In the garage, locked together against a stand with 3 locks, they took the lot, must have weighed 50kg in total!

    Premier Icon ta11pau1
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    In the garage, locked together against a stand with 3 locks, they took the lot, must have weighed 50kg in total!

    In reality that’s nothing special, motorbikes are frequently stolen by lifting them into the back of a van. 3 or 4 blokes, a couple of scaffold pipes, 30 seconds and it’s gone. That’s 200kg worth of motorbike.

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