The stolen bike - Justice is Done!

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Good news! We thought we'd let you all know that the gentleman who decided he would take Blairs bike up the road to get a bit more cash for himself has been charged. The Police let us know that he has been given 12 months in prison for his efforts. Thank you to the QLD Police, you're doing a great job!

On Saturday Blair's Specialized Tarmac was stolen.  Please keep an eye out for this bike and if spotted please contact the police, or Blair at Lifecycle on 3831 2611.  The bike build up/spec is a one off and no other bike like this exists so if it turns up it should be pretty obvious.  If you're reading this story then pass it on to as many people as possible, particularly to people working in bikeshops, to increase the chances of recovering the stolen bike. Following are some of the bikes specs:
Frame: 52cm 09 SW Tarmac, colour Red/black
Running Gear:  Shimano DI2 group set (electric)
Saddle: Specialized Toupe
Cranks: Specialized compact crankset.  New inner Dura Ace chain ring just fitted
Handlebars: 3ttt bars, white h'bar tape
Wheels: Roval carbon wheel set
Pedals: Look Keo

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