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This was just a short time of joy: I bought it 3 weeks ago
APOLLO Summit MTB, black/orange (front: black, back: orange).
Tyres: MTB 26 X 1.95", fork with suspension and noticeable "Enigma X-90" in white letters.
Disc brakes front and rear and Shimano gear. Stickers on tube (spoke).
As far as I can remember, there is a "L" sticker on the frame (indicating the size of the bike: large).
The serial number is underneath bottom bracket.
When and Where:
Wednesday, 18 January 2011 between 9:00am and 7:00pm.
Bike was parked and locked in Collins St in front of the Block Arcade (nearby).
...and yes, I am very upset! This is bike was in new condition! I would be most grateful if you could keep an eye open and contact me if someone dumped my nice MTB into yout front yard.
Emai: bike.apollo.summit (at) antispam.schams.net
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