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Back on Track Bikes releases list of stolen bikes

Back on Track Bikes has released a list of bikes that were stolen at the weekend.

The shop in Malvern, Worcestershire, was broken into over night on 10th November.

The bikes are:

2019 Giant Trance E+ 2 Pro, medium size, blue/sparkle black, frame number GG1873339, brand new, built but has no charger or keys and battery possibly in sleep mode.

2019 Giant Reign Advanced 1, large size, carbon black/green, brand new, built up, DVO suspension.

2018 Whyte 901 Lime Green, medium size, frame number TBC, brand New, built up.

2019 Giant Full E+ 1 SX Pro, large size, black/blue/yellow, frame number GG177150 (?), built up used demo bike, dirty as demo, has no charger or keys. Standard spec but fitted with older grey Wellgo Flat Mag Pedals, upgraded Maxxis Minion DHF Wide Trail Tyre fitted to the front wheel, has around 300 miles on the Odometer.

2019 Whyte S-120 Carbon RS, large size, frame number VC18H0396 19B-98, matt midnight blue and deep red, Brand New, Built up.

2019 Giant Trance E+ 1 Pro, large size, Orange/sparkle black, frame number GH1873920, brand New, built but has no charger or keys.

2019 LIV Intrigue E+ 2 Pro, small size, black/red, frame number GF1873108, brand new, built but has no charger or keys.

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