Round-the-world cyclist, shares his stolen bike story

Josh Quigley, a round-the-world cyclist, is currently on his sixth attempt at cycling around the world.

Unfortunately Josh has had to suspend this attempt in London due to being a victim of cycle theft. His bike was stolen from a bike rack outside Costa Coffee, Borough High Street, in London on the 21/04/2019.

Josh has shared with Stolen Ride his personal motivations behind his journey and what the bike means to him in the following video:

Can you help Josh get back on the road? View the bike details and share on Twitter and Instagram:

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Stolen bike Instagram post

Following the theft of his bike, Josh has put out the following heartfelt message to the thief:

“I’ll probably never meet you. But I wanted to say.
I don’t hate you and I don’t judge you.
I love you and I have empathy for your life situation.
This bike changed the direction of my life.
I hope it does the same for you.”

His bike has been by his side for over 15,000 miles and through 16 countries on previous round-the-world attempts:

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