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Stolen Kona Jake the Snake

Posted by on September 18th, 2007 at 2:11 pm

This is a custom road/cyclocross bike I built piece by piece.

Frame: 2003 Kona-Jake the Snake (color blue and red) 54cm (chainstay wrapped with tube)
Seatpost: LP carbon fiber 27.0
Saddle: Saddleco Flow (cool mesh seat) w/Ti rails
Seatpost collar: M2 Racer
Headset: Race Face Team SL (polished silver)
Stem: IRD F4 (silver/gray)
Handlebar: 26.0 Ritchey BioMax II (with new black bar tape-and reflective bar ends)
Shifters/Derailleurs: Shimano Ultegra
Paul Cross levers (red levers with black mounts)
Fork: IRD Mosaic (carbon fiber)
Custom Wheelset: DT Swiss Hugi 240s with Mavic CXP 33 Rims (debadged) Black hubs rims and spokes
Rear Casette: Shimano Dura Ace 9-speed
Axles: M2 Racer titanium bolt ons
Bottom Bracket: Race Face Signature Ti XS
Crankset: Truvativ Elita Triple 172.5 mm cranks (black)
Brakes: Paul Touring-Canti (red)
Pedals: Speedplay Frogs w/Ti axles (colored axles blue/pink fade)
Seat Bag: Soma Potrero Seat Bag (included Topeak Alien tool and tube)
Bottle Cages: King Tubular Titanium
Pump: Planet Bike Roadie

And probably the most gucci and identifiable part: Paul Moon Units (black)

Death to bike thieves!

Any help in tracking it down and keeping your eyes open would be much appreciated. Please email if you have any leads. Unfortunately, due to my current situation, I can’t offer a reward-but I got your back too. If you have any other ideas about how to put the word out about a stolen bike let me know. It was stolen mid-day, between Noon and 3pm Monday the 17th.

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