Stolen today in Govanhill, from my close (they cut through the banister it was attached to)
security skewer on the front wheel
Pink Kona Hanna MTB, was for sale here: https://www.lfgss.com/conversations/321610/#comment14299917
I've got the frame number of the Cadex and it's tagged with Bikeregister - Pics to follow. I've reported the theft to the cops.
If anyone sees these about, please call me on 07913 398856 (Matt)
this is lame. Good luck getting them back
Cheers dude. Now with pics.
If i see either of them i'll put a ulock on them
My commute covers a lot of the heavily used bike lanes, will keep em peeled. Both very recognisable bikes.
will keep my eyes peeled!
where do the stolen bikes end up in Glasgow, the Barras?
Is it worth having a look around there this weekend?
Good luck getting them back.
You’d think at least Paisley or Johnstone, a bit of distance, probably depends who stole it.
I think it was opportunistic - someone spotted the open window and got lucky. I've made a flyer that I'm going to give to bike shops in case someone tries to shift it in Glasgow. And I've also set up some Gumtree searches... not sure what more I can do for now. Still waiting for a local police officer to be assigned.
Dredging this post as I think (!) I saw a Cadex very similar to mine being ridden north down the cycle path towards the Brazen Head this morning. I wasn't able to follow them but I'd very much like to make sure it's not the same bike. It had purple bar tape.
Offchance that the person is on here - but if not and anyone sees a silver and red fade paintjob with purple bars could you please take a snap of it and if poss get the frame number?
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