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Boulder police searching for three stolen bikes worth more than $80,000

Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Posted at 6:12 PM, Mar 31, 2022

BOULDER, Colo. — The Boulder Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating three stolen bikes that are worth more than $80,000.

Sometime between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 8:15 a.m. Thursday, a business in the 2800 block of Wilderness Place was broken into and three bicycles were stolen, according to police. Two of the bikes had unique prototype technology.

The first bike — a black, heavily modified Cervelo P5 triathlon bike — is valued at $40,000 and features a concept drivetrain (shaft drive, no chain) and high-end wheels.

Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Pictured: black, heavily modified Cervelo P5 triathlon bike valued at $40,000. The major modifications include a concept drivetrain (shaft drive, no chain) and high end wheels.

Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Pictured: black, heavily modified Cervelo P5 triathlon bike valued at $40,000. The major modifications include a concept drivetrain (shaft drive, no chain) and high end wheels.

The second bike is a heavily modified Canyon Lux full suspension mountain bike. It is black with blue accents, includes a concept drivetrain (shaft drive, no chain) and is valued at $30,000.

Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Pictured: heavily modified Canyon Lux full suspension mountain bike valued at $30,000. The major modifications include a concept drivetrain (shaft drive, no chain).
Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Pictured: heavily modified Canyon Lux full suspension mountain bike valued at $30,000. The major modifications include a concept drivetrain (shaft drive, no chain).

The third bike is a specialized Turbo Levo mountain bike. It's blue with white lettering and is valued at $12,000. Police say it is very similar to the one pictured below.

Stolen bikes worth more than $80,000
Pictured: Specialized Turbo Levo valued at $12,000

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective C. Hartkopp at 303-441-1951. Those who wish to stay anonymous can contact Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers online or at 1-800-222-8477.