Orange nabbed

It's a prototype and distinctive. If you're offered a Sub 5 that doesn't look quite the same as usual, contact Orange.
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The bike was stolen from the Lake District late last week.

Michael Bonney of Orange believes this particular Sub 5 will be easy to spot:

"The bike was the first of a new design with lower pivot point, revised geometry and featured a radiused version of our traditional box shaped downtube.

"[It's] painted in matt black fitted with Manitou Black forks, and Deore discs with a double chainset/bashguard and with the swingarm filed away above the chainset to allow a front mech to fit in the bike."

michael@orangebikes.co.uk

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