L. Saucon Boy’s Championship Dirt Bike Stolen

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The bike stolen from the Pfanders family was ridden by Bradon Pfanders, 7, in a national championship race in Illinois in July.

The parents of a boy whose championship dirt bike was stolen from a locked trailer on their Lower Saucon Township property are asking the public for help locating it.

The bike stolen from the Pfanders family was ridden by Bradon Pfanders, 7, in a national championship race in Illinois in July.

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The bike stolen from the Pfanders family was ridden by Bradon Pfanders, 7, in a national championship race in Illinois in July.

Michele and Rich Pfanders posted a photo of the Yamaha PW50 on Facebook Thursday, and asked that it be returned to their seven-year-old son, Bradon.

“This bike is his national championship bike and we would like it back,” Rich said. “This bike has a lot of memories.”

Bradon rode it in the national championship race he won in Illinois in July, Michele said.

It is valued at approximately $1,200.

The theft was reported to township police, according to Michele, who said thieves cut a latch on the trailer to gain access to it.

Rich said the theft happened sometime during “the last few nights.”

The bike is described as a 2006 model with a small tear in its seat, Pirelli SL26 scooter tires and no front brakes.

Anyone with information about it can contact the Lower Saucon Township Police Department at 610-317-6110.

As of Thursday night more than 50 people had shared Rich Pfanders’ Facebook post about the missing bike.

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