Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Neal Rogers

November 29, 2016

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Kenya’s Samwel Mwangi undergoes amputation after broken femur at Tour du Rwanda; Colombian Mario Paz Duque tests positive for EPO at Red Hook Crit in Milan; JLT-Condor team bikes stolen from warehouse in London; Tasmanian state government passes new laws to protect cyclists; Carmen Small starts new career path, takes on rider-director role in Danish team; Mara Abbott reunited with stolen commuter bike; Video trailer: Etixx QuickStep’s ‘One Year in Blue’ documents 2016 season; Video trailer: IAM Cycling’s ‘Keep Fighting’ from 2016 Tour de France

JLT-Condor team bikes stolen from warehouse in London

by CyclingTips

Ten JLT-Condor team bikes were stolen Sunday night from Condor’s warehouse in London, reported.

All bikes were 2016 black and yellow custom Condor frames, with unique reference numbers, specific to each rider, marked on the bottom bracket. Among the bikes stolen was one that had been raced by three-time Olympic team pursuit gold medalist Ed Clancy.

The stolen bikes are all fitted with Campagnolo Record and Super Record group sets, Fizik finishing kits, and black and yellow paintwork and saddle, in sizes 52, 55 and 58cm. They are estimated at around £5,000 each. reported that thieves used an angle grinder to break into the warehouse.

Claire Beaumont, Marketing Manager for Condor and Communications Manager for Condor JLT, told that the fact that all the bikes are custom built to each rider, and some are prototypes, will make them easy for Condor to identify, and difficult for thieves to sell

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