Stolen Specialized 2010 P1 All Mountain

, 3.15pm on November 6th, 2017
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    3.15pm on November 6th, 2017

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Bike Description

2010 Specialized P1 All Mountain with 19" Frame and full stock configuration. - Has a nasty gash on the paint work on the frame just behind the front chainset where the chain has come off and got stuck several times. Specifications - Fork - SR Suntour SF9-XCM-V2, 100mm, 1pc. alloy lower, 30mm Hi-Ten stanchions, coil/mcu spring w/ preload adj., spring seals, disc only Headset - Specialized 1-1/8" threadless, loose ball Cassette - SRAM PG-820, 8-speed, 11-32t Crankarms - SR SunTour, Octalink spline Bottom Bracket - Shimano BB-ES25, Octalink spline, cartridge bearing, 68mm x 118mm Pedals - Steel cage, composite body, 9/16" Rear Derailleur - SRAM X-4, midcage Chain - KMC X8 w/ reuseable Missing Link Front Derailleur - Shimano Altus, 34.9mm clamp, bottom swing Shifter Pods - SRAM X-4, 8-speed trigger Handlebar - Specialized alloy riser bar, 25.4mm, 38mm rise, 640mm wide, 8 degree back sweep, 8 degree up Stem - Specialized 3D forged, 10 degree rise, 25.4mm clamp Grips - Specialized dual compound Kraton, no flange, 130mm Brakes - Avid BB5, mechanical disc, caliper/adapter G2 Clean Sweep rotor Hubs - Specialized forged alloy, double sealed, ground race, 32h. Rear: Specialized, forged alloy, double sealed, ground race, cassette, QR, 32h Spokes - 1.8mm (15g) stainless Rim - Specialized/Alex HRD, 26", pinned, alloy double wall, 32h Tires - Specialized Resolution Sport, 26 x 2.1", wire bead, 30TP Seat - Specialized BG All Mountain, 143mm wide, front and rear bumpers Seatpost - Specialized alloy two bolt, no offset, micro adjust, 30.9mm

Theft Description

On Monday 6th November at approximately 3:15pm, 3 white youths entered the secure parking garage under an office on Ingram Street just across from the Gallery of Modern Art equipped with a set of heavy duty bolt cutters. They entered the building just as the doors were closing after two cars had left. As the bike was in a "secure" garage I did not have my U lock with me that day therefore their bolt cutters made easy work of my cable lock. They left the garage pushing the bike on its rear wheel as the front wheel was still chained to the frame preventing it from moving. The exited the garage with the stolen bike and turned onto Ingram Street heading East.