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Thieves steal components, frames from Sensa Bikes

Published May 7, 2021

ALMELO, Netherlands (BRAIN) — Thieves stole hundreds of components and several carbon fiber mountain bike frames from one of Sensa Bikes' warehouses recently.

Police are investigating, and the estimated value on the stolen goods hasn't been determined, according to a Sensa Bikes spokesperson.

The following are the Shimano components stolen, with the order number printed on the boxes in parenthesis:

  • 300 Shimano DU-E6100 motors (IN21-TE61N7D).
  • 30 Shimano FC-E6100 cranksets t.b.v. STEPS (IN21-TE61N7D).
  • About 5,000 Shimano SM-RT10 160mm rotors (IN21-CNRT/01).
  • About 1,500 Shimano SM-RT10 180mm rotors (IN21-CNRT/01).
  • 450 Shimano SL-7S50 Nexus 7 shifters (IN21-TE61N7D).
  • 175 Shimano MT200 disc brakes (IN21-TE61N7D).

Forty-eight Sensa frames were taken, including a 29er Sensa Fiori Evo SL model in three sizes. Security cameras captured the burglary between 3 and 3:30 a.m. on April 22. 

The truck used in the burglary is a white Mercedes-Benz Atego. Anybody with information, including being offered any of the stolen items, should contact Sensa Bikes at

The 29er Sensa Fiori Evo SL in three size was among the frames stolen.

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