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MotoGP, Three bikes stolen from Fabio Di Giannantonio: appeal on social media

The Roman rider was the victim of a theft during the Christmas holidays: his training bikes were stolen from his box as well as some clothing used for training on the track

MotoGP: Three bikes stolen from Fabio Di Giannantonio: appeal on social media

It wasn't a particularly peaceful Christmas for Fabio Di Giannantonio. The Roman rider, who is set to make his MotoGP debut in 2022 aboard a Team Gresini Ducati, has discovered that his personal garage, where he keeps the bikes he uses for training and, of course, a whole range of clothing, from motocross suits to helmets, has been stolen.

Fabio has appealed to his followers through posts on his social channels, trusting that the peculiarity of the equipment will allow him to find the stolen goods. It is certainly a difficult task, in an era where a stolen motorbike is dismantled in a matter of minutes and then ends up on the second-hand market, but there is hope that this small miracle will happen. 

Di Giannantonio had the three bikes he regularly trains with in his box, namely a Yamaha flat track bike which he also used at the 100km of Champions at Valentino Rossi's Ranch, a Yamaha motocross bike and a pit bike. All are heavily branded with his colours, which would make them particularly recognisable. Not the best way to end the year for Fabio, with the hope that a stroke of luck will help him in the coming days to find the stolen goods. 

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