Thieves steal bikes worth thousands from Hotlines' London show
By BikeRadar | Friday, October 8, 2010 9.00am
Thieves broke into the gallery where Hotlines have been holding their London show and stole thousands of pounds worth of bikes early this morning.
They took a prototype Nuke Proof downhill bike (more on this later today), top-end Lapierre mountain bikes including the new DH Team, a Ghost SE 5000 hardtail and Lynskey Helix titanium road frame.
The bikes were taken at around 3.30am from the Dray Walk Gallery, just off Brick Lane. They're easily recognised – see below for details – and Hotlines are offering a reward for information leading to their retrieval. Email email@example.com or call 0131 319 1444.
The missing bikes are:
Nuke Proof Scalp downhill bike (yellow) – Marzocchi 888 fork with green anodised stanchions and white lowers, Nuke Proof finishing kit
Lapierre DH Team (chrome) – Fox 40 fork, Mavic DeeMax wheels, SRAM X0
Lapierre Spicy 916 (grey and black) – Easton Haven wheels, SRAM X0
Lapierre Zesty 914 (carbon frame, black with white fork) – SRAM X0
Lapierre Zesty 714 (red and black) – Shimano XTR/XT
Ghost SE 5000 (white and red) – RockShox Recon fork
Lynskey Helix frame
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