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Outside Heuston Station, Dublin today.

Meg Hyland writes:

 Reminder not to lock your bike across just the cross bar. Hopefully the guy who owns it will get a new one for Christmas.


Presumed nicked.

Recognise it?

Dáire Fitzgerald writes:

I found this bike unlocked (abandoned?) in the Drumcondra region of Dublin on Sunday. If anyone can let me know where they left it and the bike’s serial number I’d be eager to reunite it with the owner.


UPDATE: Owner located. Thanks all.

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Ballistic Trident – a modified MV Augusta Brutale 800RR with 17 inch wheels, a 140bhp V12 engine and a carbon fibre ‘dustbin fairing’ redolent of vintage GP bikes by Taiwanese customiser Rough Crafts.


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Ronan Kelly writes:

You may be interested in my new travel channel – Around Ireland By Bike. A sort of Video version of “Sure Where Would You Get It”. This Lanesborough woman is particularly nice.




Thomas Quigley writes:

I bought a brand new bicycle yesterday and it was stolen from the bike cage in the underground car park of my building in the Ashbrook estate in Clontarf, Co Dublin.

It didn’t even last 24 hours. I didn’t even get to know her. I was hoping you could spread awareness in case people spot it online or in the city. Appreciate any help.



John writes:

I was outside the big Centra in Stoneybatter earlier on today at about 12pm and I overheard some lad trying to make a quick sale on a bike. The potential buyer asked him where he got it, to which he replied ‘on the southside’.

He was trying to flog it for €50.

From what I could see, and after doing some research online, I would say it’s a black Carerra ‘Vengeance’ with neon blue text and trim, a little battered, but still in good condition.

Maybe Centra could help out with some security footage?


Earlier: Busted