Including a custom Kona Process

Thieves made off with £17,000 worth of mountain bikes and equipment from a shop near Falkirk last night.

Bespoke Bikes on Duke Street, Denny was broken into overnight and police are now investigating. The biggest loss was a custom Kona Process 153 in orange with blue Hope components and a Cane Creek Double Barrel air shock which is worth £4,000 alone. There were also a number of other bikes taken.

Sad news. The shop was broken into last night and several of our bikes have been stolen. The bike pictured is a custom built kona process 153 and is just one of the bikes missing. If anyone know anything let me know. In the Denny area of Stirling shire. #enduro #mtb #Scotland #stolenbikes #stirlingshire #dh

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The Falkirk Herald reports that a Police Scotland spokesman said: “Police in Forth Valley received a report of a housebreaking at a bicycle shop in Duke Street, Denny which happened sometime overnight at between Thursday and 10am today.

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“A quantity of high value mountain bikes and equipment valued at over £17,000 was stolen. Anyone who remembers seeing anything suspicious on Thursday night or the early hours of Friday morning is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.”

As is always the case with these things, the bikes are more than likely still in the local area so keep an eye out if you spot anything you think might help.