Have you seen these distinctive bikes stolen from London cycle shop?
- By London Cycling Campaign on at 11:00pm 3 April 2011
- Posted in: News and blogs, Southwark
- Tagged with: beat the thief, druid cycles, theft
- Boroughs: Southwark
photo Custom paint jobs and components make many of Druid Cycles' stolen bikes very recognisable
Community bike shop, Druid Cycles in Bermondsey, is appealing for people to be on the lookout for a large number of distinctive bikes stolen from its workshop on 25 March 2011.
You can see the bikes on their website.
The thieves stole 15 men's bicycles, one tandem and a tricycle with a sound system, as well as all the shop's tools and new parts.
Many of the stolen bikes are distinctive, being airbrushed or hand-painted.
Several also have refurbished Druid Cycles leather saddle, bar tape and grips, and wooden bar ends (though these could be removed).
Owner of the shop Thor, said "We're relying on tool donations from other cycle shops and cyclists so we don't go out of business."
Anyone who thinks they recognise one of the bikes should call the police on 999, as well as contacting Druid Cycles directly on 07551 016380 or via email.