Bike DescriptionScott Genius 30. in Matt black/grey with green flashes. This bike is unusual as the rear shock is a pull shock, not a compression shock. The whole rear linkage works the opposite way to a conventional Full Suspension bike. There are very few around so it should stand out... - IMF matt grey/black carbon main frame, alloy rear triangle. - Green Flashes across tubes - Scott written in grey/white - Worn Sell Italia sadle - Equalizer 2 rear pull Shock with 150mm of travel - distinctive with three chambers - Fox Talas 32 front fork with 150mm of travel - in Black - Scott "twinloc" handle bar control for shock travel and lock out - Shimano SLX brakes with 180mm rotors front & Rear - SRAM X9 drive train, GX Rear Mech. - KS Lev dropper post - Hope Open Pro 26" wheelset - Maxiss Minion DH tyres front and rear with yellow Maxiss logo - Neoprene front splash guard between fork stanchion and crown
Theft DescriptionStolen from a bike rack on the rear of our van parked on our drive in front of our garage, between 1330 and 1500 on Saturday 17th of November - so broad daylight, in a residential road. The van was reversed into our drive against the garage door, so it was hardly visible as you walk past.