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.
Recovery DescriptionThe bike was stolen in late November. It appeared on Facebook marketplace on the 14th of January and was spotted by a mate. We shared the Facebook ad along with the Stolen-bikes.co.uk listing and the police checked it out. They recovered the bike along with other property suspected of being stolen.