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Thieves empty a container full of Rocky Mountain bikes

Published October 5, 2018

NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia (BRAIN) — Rocky Mountain Bicycles is hoping dealers can help recover 160 bikes stolen from a shipping container that was on the grounds of the company's warehouse here. 

The bikes were all 2019 models that were set to be received into the warehouse. The theft happened during the night of Monday, Sept. 24.

"We are very disappointed with this situation, and the impact that it has on our IBD network. We have dealers across Canada that were expecting to receive their order from us in the coming weeks," said Raymond Dutil, the CEO of Rocky Mountain.

The bikes were mostly full-suspension mountain bikes with carbon and aluminum frames, including Altitude, Instinct, Pipeline, Slayer, Thunderbolt, Element and Reaper models. The full list of bikes and their serial codes is available on a pdf

"We are urging any dealers that come across any of these bikes with matching serial numbers (or serial numbers removed), to contact us at so that we can transmit the information to the Vancouver Police Department, who are handling the investigation," the company said. 

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