Thieves hit distributor's London show

Six high-end bikes lifted overnight

by Mark Appleton   October 8, 2010  

zesty914.jpg

The Scottish-based bike product distributor Hotlines has been targeted by thieves during the Cycle Show.

The company announced today that thieves broke in to its London show venue at the Dray Walk Gallery just off Brick Lane at approximately 3:30am last night. Six high end and very rare bikes as well as a Lynskey Titanium frame were stolen.

The bikes are easily recognisable and the company says anyone providing information leading to their retrieval will be rewarded.

The list of bikes and frame stolen is as  follows:

Lynskey Helix ‐ Titanium road frame.
Lapierre Spicy 916(Grey/Blk), Easton Haven wheels, SRAM XO
Lapierre Zesty 714(Red,Blk), Shimano XTR/XT
Lapierre Zesty 914 (Blk/White fork), Carbon frame SRAM XO components.
Lapierre DH Team (Chrome), Fox 40’s, Mavic Dee Max wheels, SRAM X0
Ghost SE 5000 (White/Red), Rockshox Recon
Nukeproof Scalp prototype downhill bike (Yellow), Marzocchi 888 fork with green anodized Stanchions and white lowers, Nukeproof finishing kit.

If you have any information that you believe may help either e-mail info@hotlines-uk.com or call the Hotlines office on 0131 31 91444.