Nefarious Going Ons In That London Town

by Adam on 20, May, 2014

Evening Gentlemen,

We are sure may of you good fellows are on tenterhooks for a few snaps of the Tweed Run and that charming yet esoteric write up we provide. Unfortunately a more pressing issue has risen it’s ugly head.

On the night of the Tweed Run (17th May 2014) four bikes (two Guvnors, a Britannia and a Poppy) were stolen from the bike racks from outside Waterloo Station. Due to the number of bikes stolen and the different in sizes the people involved in the theft must have been planning the crime.

The Guvnors were possibly seen the following day on Brick Lane Market, where not too surprisingly they were snapped up.

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Obviously the low lives that committed the crimes will not return the bikes, if however you have purchased one of these bikes in good faith and would like to see them returned to their rightful owners please drop an email to the Admin email account and you will not be left out of pocket.

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The Wheelman May 20, 2014 at 9:32 pm

These people make me sick, this type of crime blights living in the capital city, but ladies and gentlemen of the GA club. If I see any of the above mentioned bikes on my commutes or rides around the city. I will do my best to inform the police. I just hope I can contain my anger and not attack the crooks who took your bikes. Let’s wait and see you may still get all or some of them returned. Never ever lock such a bike in the nations capital tis folly and risky.. Regards Tony
The “Wheelman”

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Theodorus P June 2, 2014 at 3:38 pm

Bastards!

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JaneT June 15, 2014 at 10:00 pm

Just seen this bike on ebay which seems to match the one on your stolen bike report in May?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/pashley-bike-/251559157894?pt=UK_Bikes_GL&hash=item3a92182086

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Adam July 10, 2014 at 8:28 pm

Evening Jane,
Thank you very much for the tip off, sorry to take so long to reply. The bike has been successfully recovered and picked up from the Police.
Regards,
Adam

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