- Reward: 500
- Stolen On...: 21/05/2013
- Stolen From...: 2nd Floor office in private office courtyard
- Frame Number: C55
- Colour: Blue with black carbon forks, seat and chain stays
- Crime Reference Number: 1214917/13
Bump – £500 reward to catch the bike thief and get the bike back.
My beautiful Condor Acciaio Carbon was stolen today from inside my office Waterloo Court, 10 Theed Street, SE1 8ST at 17:53-17:56, on the second floor, where it was locked.
I had only bough this on the 12/05/13 from LFGSS. The seller said it was very rare so with that in mind I’d like to ask you guys to keep an eye out for it.
Livid, not least as I cleaned the chain this morning. We have a cycling trip this weekend, and now no bike…
If anybody out there sees it there’s a nice reward!
- Condor Accaiao Carbon – Light blue with black carbon fork
- Frame: Light blue dedacciai eom 16.5
- Forks, seat stay, chain stay, seat tube: Black Carbon
- Very distinctive with black 105 groupset with silver 105 crank
- Shimano flightdeck shifters, black & silver
- Carbon Campagnolo chorus seatpost.
- San marco saddle – black worn
- Small paint chip on the down tube by the “CONDOR” logo
- Mavic open pro wheels on shimano hubs.
- Brand new 28 continental touring tyres, no place on a bike like this.
- White ritchie Logic II bars with black bar tape
- Ritchey carbon stem
- Rear “cateye” red light and attachment
- Front “Cat eye” light fitting
- Cat eye Cycle computer mount which was fastened to the bars and left fork
Here is the guy who stole the bike… between 17:50 and 17:55 on the 21/05/2013 in Waterloo.
and here is him making off on it…
This is the first nice thing I have bought in years absolutely gutted – please keep an eye out for it
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