MotoGP: Tito Rabat’s 2014 Moto2 championship bike STOLEN!

A recent report made by the Marc VDS team has stated that their Kalex Moto2 that Tito Rabat rode to win the 2014 Moto2 championship was stolen early this morning.

The bike which was displayed at the Marc VDS workshop located in Gosselies, Belgium was the only thing stolen when the thieves broke into the workshop at around 2am of 16 August 2017.

The 2014 Kalex Moto2 bike features the team’s 2014 livery and also the number 54 that Tito Rabat used during his 2014 Moto2 season.

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According to a recent report made by the Marc VDS, Tito Rabat’s Moto2 bike which he rode to win the 2014 Moto2 world championship was stolen just hours ago in Gosselies, Belgium.

Apparently, thieves broke into the Marc VDS workshop and headquarters which in the early hours of the morning on 16 August 2017 and took away the championship winning 2014 Moto2 Kalex machine.

The workshop was broken into at around 2am and the Kalex Moto2 bike was the only thing stolen at the time. The bike was on display in the workshop reception area.

Those who are unfamiliar on how the bike looks like, the Kalex Moto2 machine features Marc VDS’s 2014 livery as well as the number 53 which Tito Rabat ran with during the 2014 Moto2 season.

Rabat, Spanish Moto2 2014

Those who are any sort of information regarding the bike, please do not hesitate to call +32 (0)71 35 69 32. The folks over at Marc VDS assure that all calls will be kept confidential.

Source: Marc VDS

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