Surly karate monkey 18” 29er frame translucent orange. RST black fork, 20mm axle. Stans ZTR Arch rims, red hubs, Schwalbe Racing Ralph tyres Renthal Fatbar - Gold ODI lock on grips with grey etched clamps (etching says MTFU and Salsa) ...
Metallic marine blue frame with white "KONA" decal on side of frame and navy blue "SPLICE" along the top. Replaced stock tyres with off-road tyres. Front headlamp mount on handlebars (right side) and rear lamp mount under saddle.
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Red and white Raleight Talus 3. Front and rear tyres are different. Front brake pads have less meat than the rears. Seat pole has tape to hold it in place.
White, step through electric bike. Scratches on handlebar stem and black marks to frame. Stolen from Ipswich railway station on 8th September. Subsequently the bike (100% sure it was it) seen being offered for sale on Facebook by "DANIEL AMISH" fr...
Giant is black and blue back with has seized up.. Hardrock is gold has a trailer attachment to it and sticky handles
The cassettes and chainsets are very rusty and the left hand brake are not quite that functional
Only a year old stolen from Ipswich. A few scuffs on the handlebars and it'll have the connector for a tailgator underneath the seat which is red. Also has a phone holder in the centre of the handlebars
Immaculate condition, Cannondale Green mountain bike with 29 inch wheels. Has saddle bag, bike lock, computer attached
Black in colour, frame 20, grey and green letters and it was stolen from inside the First Busrs Garage in Ipswich last friday the 22nd of February. It was a brand new bike. It has mud guards fitted
Monty KY30 Mountain Bike, large frame. Front frame section is white and back section is black, white telescopic forks. 24 speed, black saddle with Schwalbe CX Comp Cyclocross tyres fitted.
A carerra subway 2 (hybrid) bike with rear light fitted and front and back mud guards. Seat is loose and will lift off. Also a significant paintwork scratch on the crossbar otherwise in good condition. There was an immobilise sticker on the frame as ...