Thieves steal 160 Rocky Mountain bicycles from container

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During the night of Monday, September 24, a container full of 160 Rocky Mountain bicycles was broken into, and every single bike was stolen.

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Thieves steal 160 Rocky Mountain bicycles from container

A huge cash of bikes such as these were stolen in Vancouver last week.

Bad news out of British Columbia last week. During the night of Monday, September 24, a container full of 160 Rocky Mountain bicycles was broken into, and every single bike was stolen. The container was on the grounds of the bike maker’s warehouse in North Vancouver. The 160 bikes were all 2019 models, brand new, and would have been received into the warehouse and then sent out to their network of dealers in Canada based on their orders.

“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, CEO of Rocky Mountain.

The full list of 160 bikes, complete with individual serial numbers, is available at the link below. Rocky Mountain is urging any dealers that come across any of these bikes with matching serial numbers (or serial numbers removed), to contact them at info@bikes.com so that they can transmit the information to the Vancouver Police Department, who are handling the investigation.

Key Facts
  • 160 new bikes were stolen from Rocky Mountain’s warehouse in British Columbia
  • The bikes were all 2019 models, mainly full suspension
  • A police investigation is underway with Vancouver Police Department
  • Please see the complete list of serial numbers HERE

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