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My pride and joy was stolen right out the front of the Oxigen building on Halifax St, sometime between 10am and 3:30pm on the 12th August.
Location: 102-104 Halifax St, Adelaide (click for map)
Trek 7.1 FX, Black, 6 months old, serial number: WTU116C65466 (looks like this)
Very good condition, recently purchased from Bicycle Express down the road, used daily for commuting.
Had a black pannier rack fixed to the rear, plus front and back mudguards.
Front and rear lights attached to handlebars / pannier racks.
Bike was chained up securely on a U shaped hoop fixed into the ground for locking bikes. Was secured using a thick combination lock cable.
Probably gone forever... but it's worth a shot.
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