Stolen: 97' Blue GT Tempest - Paddington, Sydney

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Stolen: 97' Blue GT Tempest - Paddington, Sydney

Postby AUbicycles » Mon Aug 20, 2007 9:15 pm

What:
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GT Tempest (about 1997)
Dark shiny blue with clear lack that gives it a bright shiny, shimering appearance.
Yellow RST Forks (Bicycles.net.au stickers on the forks)
V Brakes
Shimano Deore & LX Components
Sun Ringle rims
pitted / scratchedblue coloured aluminium handlebar
Yellow Ooray handlebar grips


Where:
The bike was stolen around the 13th / 14th of August from the front porch or a terrace house in Paddington, Sydney. The thief scaled the fence.


If you see this bike, try and take a picture (eg with your camera on your mobile phone) and report it to the bike ... if you have your phone... call the police. I would appreciate info if you see this bike. info AT bicycles.net.au
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Postby europa » Mon Aug 20, 2007 9:17 pm

Some bugger's nicked yer bike :shock:
The sod. If we catch him, we'll sick Kev on him :twisted:

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Postby timbo » Fri Aug 24, 2007 10:59 am

The Australian Cycling Forums sticker on the fork leg should be a giveaway if anyone sees a bike which might fit the description.

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Postby AUbicycles » Sun Aug 26, 2007 11:57 pm

I have calmed down a bit now... and on the homepage of bicycles.net.au given it a smaller place. You can imagine the frustration... not a very expensive bike but none the less fantastic, great frame, fits like a glove, always goes (um... went) well...

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