Using your horse to steal a motorcycle

Bikers United
By Bikers United
September 11, 2019
Using your horse to steal a motorcycle

We’ve seen a lot of weird motorbike thefts here on Bikers United but this one tops them all.

This KTM Duke 125 was stolen in Dartford today. Following the spur of the moment theft, the thieves made off with the bike, using one-horse power.

The theft, captured on CCTV shows two gypsies making off with the KTM, having snapped the steering lock. The bike’s reg is GC19FMK.

It’s reported that the owner has visited the local gypsy site where he’s seen the horse which was captured in the CCTV footage. As yet, no sightings of the bike.

Kent ranks 11th on the list of worst counties for motorcycle thefts per capita. In the South East over 21% of reported motorcycle thefts are from Kent, which ranks as the second-worst county, just behind East Sussex.

However, clearly Kent leads the way for horse-drawn motorcycle theft.

  • Tony says:

    I never got it back or got a pay out from insurance and paid my last payment in July

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