Bike DescriptionBlack road bike with red "tricross" name on crossbar. Very distinctive shape. At time of theft, fitted with rear pannier rack, drop-down handlebars, Schwalbe Marathon tyres, 3 bottle holders, front-wheel hub dynamo, and lots of wires a bits of electronics around the whole frame (little red boxes by brake callipers, and wires running through/along the frame. Ball compass fitted in handlebar stem engraved with her name, Evelix. This bike means the world to me. I've cycled it across many countries around the world on long tours, in America, Europe and China. We've adventured together for over 10 years and I am a total loss that it's been stolen from me right outside my house, while I was home. Full frame number written on underside of bottom bracket is WUD-B 70676175 Also written are the following characters: 546AP BI-1259
Theft DescriptionStolen from Clapham Old Town area (SW4). Theft happened some time between 11am Sunday 18th October and 8.30am Monday 19th October 2020. Bike was locked up securely to bike racks with a 14mm-shackle Abus D-lock through the frame and a large Abus cable lock through the front wheel + frame. It was also underneath a large all-weather cover. Bike racks are in secluded area by my house at the end of a lane. Thief used angle grinder to make two cuts through D-lock and a single cut through cable lock. Thief had probably pre-scouted the bike and come back with big tools to steal it. I was home at the time and can't believe I didn't hear the angle grinder.