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Pinarello, Campy and BH report bikes stolen at Interbike

Published September 16, 2014

LAS VEGAS (BRAIN) — Gita Sporting Goods, Campagnolo and BH Bikes are each reporting bike thefts coming out of last week's Interbike show here.

Gita, the U.S. importer of Pinarello, said someone swiped a new Pinarello Dogma F8 from its display at Interbike's OutDoor Demo.

The bike stole was a size 53, built with Dura-Ace Di2 and a Fulcrum Racing Speed carbon tubular wheelset. The paint color is called "Naked Red" and the serial number is 5CM5300361154.

Gita says the thief was a young man in his twenties, average height, medium build, wearing glasses, medium complexion.

"Please closely examine any F8 bikes meeting this description that come through your shop. If you recover this bike or have any information regarding it please contact Gita and your local law enforcement," Gita said in a statement Tuesday.

BH Bikes said three new bikes were stolen during teardown of Interbike, after the show closed Friday.

The three stolen BH bikes were:

  • a 2014 Women's Quartz, size small, black with sea foam green trim, serial #XDS440H11009.
  • a 2015 G6 Pro Ultegra Di2, size medium, black matt with blue trim, serial #ZCTP14651006500021
  • a 2015 Quartz 105, size medium, glossy black, serial #X47H140205095

Campagnolo also lost a custom painted bike for the OutDoor Demo.

"It was stolen Tuesday and we believe that whoever stole it took it off of our rack while the guys were distracted. We got all the bikes back from the people that left ID and badges," said Tom Kattus, general manager of Campagnolo North America.

The stolen bike , shown above, was gray with Record parts.


Topics associated with this article: Interbike

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