Stolen from a mate in Oxford city centre around 4pm on Saturday 19th May. Surly Pugsley fat bike, very distinctive, I doubt there's another one like this around Oxford. If anyone sees it being ridden around, locked up, advertised for sale etc please contact me or the guys at Cycle Centre in Walton St, Jericho. Cheers.
fuckety fuck I saw this parked outside sainsburys by the bus stops, and was admiring it a couple of days ago.........no way theres two in Loxford will keep eye peeled.
I'll keep an eye out for it, would the thief be soo stupid to use it in Oxford? Is there anything which we can use to identify it before locking it and contacting cycle centre, if we do see it? Just incase there is another in Oxford.
bike thief = stupid
Sandy, I don't know much about identifying marks etc but I've been told it had quite a bit of SLX groupset on it, I'd guess that even if there was another one around it would be built up differently to this one.
Confirmed sighting in Rose Hill on Monday!
thats round my way, Crack Hill Looters FFS. i will keep my beady eyes open round the chippy
have you got a crime number or a cop shop contact for the poster I am going to put up in the chippy?
FOB, contact the Cycle Centre and have a word with Bird, the bike's rightful owner. I'm not sure if he was wanting posters up because it might drive the bike underground, if it's getting ridden around and locked up in places there's a chance we could get it back.
roger wilco. I can contact him via 'on any sunday' i think or pop round to CC. eyes still peeled.
did anything on this ever turn up?
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