£4.5K Pronghorn mountain bike stolen from shop

By BikeRadar | Wednesday, October 28, 2009 9.40am

A Pronghorn PR6 mountain bike worth £4,500 was stolen from Dees Cycles bike shop in Amersham, Buckingham yesterday.

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A reward is being offered for information leading to the recovery of the distinctive bike, which features the Danish company's unusual top tube-mounted shock design.

The distinctive 19in demo bike is only one of a few in the country and has the following components:

  • Fox RP23 rear shock with no sticker
  • Fox Talas 36 160mm forks
  • Mavic CrossMax SX wheels
  • Kore fnishing kt
  • Kenda tubeless tyres
  • Shimano XT drivetrain
  • Shimano XT brakes

If you have any information regarding the stolen Pronghorn PR6, email jez@pronghornracing.co.uk.

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