At around 9pm this evening, I (stupidly) left my black Michael Kors bag (as above) in the basket of a Dublin Bike on Barrow Street [Dublin 4[. I hopped off and made a phone call, walked about 50 meters before turning and legging it back – but the bag was gone, nowhere to be seen.
It has a lot of personal items in it, my wallet, cards, keys, sunglasses etc…if anyone had any information on this or saw anything I would really really appreciate hearing from them.
UPDATE: Bag returned (see comments).
Niamh Burke Kennedy writes:
“I know you don’t normally do this but I left a pair of Bose headphones in a Dublin Bike basket that I parked on Herbert Street, Dublin 2, this morning at around 11am. They were a gift and I would love to try and recover them. They are black and in a black Bose bag. Any help would be massively appreciated. Thanks.”
It’s not what you think.
Richard Oakley (above) is cycling the Wicklow 200 on June 10 using a Dublin Bike in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital.
That’s 200 km on a course that takes in the Sally Gap, Wickow Gap and Slieve Maan – the equivalent of a mountain stage of the Tour de France.
All on a bicycle that feels heavier than a family saloon.
We wish him well
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