Six bikes stolen from KirkLee Cycles

Six bicycles were stolen from KirkLee Cycles during the night of March 21st.

Please contact them at 512-371-9661 or if you have any information on the whereabouts of these bicycles.

Yikes. What a scary thought. I can’t imagine the combined value of these bikes. One was even featured in our sister magazine, Dirt Rag. These bikes are one-of-a-kind works of art, and it’s a shame for them to disappear this way.

Bicycle #1: KirkLee Custom Road Bike

  • Black with white logos
  • Sram Force components
  • Rolf Vector Pro wheels (no stickers)
  • Red Speedplay pedals
  • Easton EA-90 SLX handlebars and stem
  • Ritchey carbon one-bolt seat post
  • Sella Italia Flite SLR saddle
  • Paint chipped on side of top tube

Bicycle #2: KirkLee Hibiscus Flowers Custom Road

  • Light blue with hibiscus flowers
  • Sram Red components
  • DT Swiss 240 wheels
  • White Sella Italia saddle
  • Pink Speedplay pedals
  • Easton EA-90 stem, handlebars and seat post

Bicycle #3: KirkLee Bicycling Magazine

  • Featured in Bicycling Magazine’s Dream Road Bike of the Year competition
  • Marbleized blue front end with black rear end
  • Sram Red components
  • Easton EA-90 SLX wheels
  • Edge seat post and handlebars

Bicycle #4: KirkLee 26″ Mountain Bike

  • Black with Red KirkLee logos and white stripes on the top and down tube
  • Sram X0 components
  • Magura Marta SL disc brakes
  • Magura Durin front fork (white)
  • Chris King hubs and Stans ZTR Alpine wheels
  • When stolen, it had FSA cranks, stem, handlebar and seat post
  • Sculpted carbon lugs and polished 6/4 Ti rear dropouts

Bicycle #5: Specialized Hardrock

  • Bright green
  • Shimano STX components
  • Rock Shox Jett front fork (black)
  • Blue SDG saddle
  • Weinman rear wheel with rare Mavic 217 Sunset front wheel on a mid-90s XT hub

Bicycle #6: Santa Cruz Superlight

  • Anodized silver
  • SRAM X-9 components
  • Fox front fork (Talus 32 if I recall)
  • Mavic Crossmax wheels
  • Blue SDG saddle with checkered sides
  • Gold shift cables
  • Easton handlebars and stem
  • Thomson seat post



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