160 Rocky Mountain bikes were stolen from the company's Vancouver HQ. Tim Koerber photo.
Vancouver-based Rocky Mountain Bicycles announced that 160 brand-new bikes were stolen from a shipping container outside their HQ on September 24th. The bikes were all 2019 models being staged to ship to dealers across Canada. Most are full-suspension mountain bikes.
Rocky Mountain is urging any dealers or anyone that may come across one of these bikes to contact firstname.lastname@example.org so that Rocky Mountain can relay the information to the Vancouver Police Department who are currently investigating.
A full list of serial numbers can be found here. Rocky Mountain asks that anyone with information or a sighting of a serial number contact the Vancouver Police Department.
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