Course of events
On Sunday evening, 19 July 2015, I was out and about with my bike until approximately 9 p.m. On Monday morning, 20 July 2015, I had to go to Heidelberg’s historic center. I had to find out that my old and my new bike were no longer where they had been.
Description of my Mountain Bike
Front wheel fork with just one shock absorber (usually called "Lefty")
Side logo "Cannondale"
29 Inch Size
Schwalbe Racing tyres
... and it was just awesome!
Photographic material of my f29 5 - Cannondale Lefty
Aware of that I’ll probably never see it again
My experience tells me that I’ll probably never see my Mountain Bike again. Nevertheless I try everything in my power to get it back.
Search query "cannondale lefty"
That’s why I follow offers in online sales portals like Ebay or Quoka, in which private sellers can offer products.
I created accounts in all these sales portals and follow these search queries.
Further details of my stolen bike
I really enjoyed each of these components:
F29, SmartFormed Alloy, SPEED SAVE, BB30, 1.5 Si head tube
Lefty PBR 90 29, Hybrid Needle Bearing Technology
Shimano M615 Hollowtech II, 38/24
FSA BB30 w/Wheels Mfg adapter
Shimano SLX w/ i-spec
Shimano Deore, 11-36, 10-speed
KMC X10, 10-speed
Shimano Deore, 31.8 clamp
Shimano SLX, Shadow Plus
Stan's ZTR Rapid 29'er, 32 hole, tubeless ready
Lefty SL front, Shimano M525 rear
Schwalbe Racing Ralph Performance 29x2.1", tubeless ready
Shimano Deore, 180/160mm
Cannondale C3 flat, 6061 double-butted alloy, 700mm
Cannondale C3, 1.5", 31.8, -5 deg.
Cannondale HeadShok Si
Shimano Deore, i-spec
DT Swiss Champion
Cannondale Locking Grips
Cannondale Stage 3 CroMo
Cannondale C3, 27.2x350MM (S,M) 400mm (L,X)
Here you’ll find the link to the bike manufacturers' website again: f29 5 - Cannondale Lefty