Here is an up-to-the-minute list of bikes belonging to Micycle members that have been stolen or gone missing. If you see one or are offered it for sale, please contact the police or the owner as soon as possible.
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Missing bikes alert
Camden High Street, Camden 12.35am 3.12.11
Bianchi Pista Via condotti
It is light green and the lefthand side of the rim on the front wheel has a large three-inch scratch
It is my pride and joy and makes going to work every morning a pleasure instead of a pain
2008 claud butler roubaix
Fitted with shimano tiagra, Easton carbon seat post, sell italia man saddle, red vittoria tyres, had a couple eof the tour de france luminous ankle straps on it and electric blue bar tape.
It was my first proper road bike and I did all of my riding on it, we went an awful long way together!
Brick Lane market, car park off Sclater Street (south side), Sunday 5th August 2012
Battaglin road bike, red
It's my girlfriend's beautiful red Battaglin, bright red, size 19.5" / 49cm (small).
"Battaglin" decals peeling away in places, white bar tape peeling on the right; white walled tyres. It won't have the mudguards or the pannier as seen in the pic, as we took them off the bike a while ago.
Cheap Wellgo pedals, Frame: Battaglin 19.5".
Gears: Campagnolo Mirage 27 Speed.
Brakes: Shimano RX100 Super SLR.
Wheels: Mavic MA2 622mmx13mm.
£50 to whoever can provide a solid lead to its whereabouts - locked up somewhere, seen going into someone's house - which results in me being reunited with it (I'll take care of that).
£60 to the person who inadvertently bought it from the guy at Brick Lane, and can return it to me. No questions asked. Benefit of the doubt and all!
It was girlfriend's first bike (I converted her to the joys) and she really did love it.. The look on her face when we saw it was stolen makes me want to get it back somehow! Please spread the word...
Ridge Road, Crouch End at 13:30 on 06/08/13
Claret S3L brompton with a ladies b17 brooks saddle (S type is the one with the flat handle bars). The right handlebar grip has a bit of foam missing and the front mud guard has a crack towards the rear of it.
It is the 2013 model with the new type break leavers and crank and is only 3 months old. Someone got in to my house and stole it along with my boyfriends black S2L bromptom and his dark green specialized langster
My little fold up bike gets me to and from work every day which is a 13 mile round cycle. I used it all the time and even cycled all the way to Brighton on it including up Devils Dyke (without having to push once). I love the colour, and its not often you see a claret brompton so please keep your eyes peeled. Getting the tube to work is rubbish.
On Upper Street
Parlee Z1 frame with horizontal (track) dropouts and unbranded Enve Road Forks. Chris King black 'sotto voce' headset. Ritchey carbon seatpost / stubby (seatpost is integrated into the frame). Gates Carbon Belt drive with Sram Red BB30 cranks. Planet X stem and brake. The down tube logos are Parlee, in sliver/ghost paint, and are very subtle. In addition to this, there is a P logo on the headtube, and also the ‘Lightweight’ logo painted inside both frame legs, and also on the inside of the chainstays.
Slough Observatory outside car park on bike rails on Thursday 3rd April
White "20 mountain bike
Bike has pink writing down the sides and a shocking pink furry saddle no scratches or marks. Red reflective light on wheel, black handle bars, black wheels, black chain.
I love it because it's the memories I had of first riding it without stabilizers. It was my favourite bike ever.... We have been through my little car crash and narrow escapes. So please come back