Australian man's world trip cut short after Swansea bike theft

An Australian man whose round-the-world attempt by motorbike was delayed after the bike was stolen in Swansea is celebrating being reunited with it.

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No sign of Australian's bike stolen from Swansea

Martin Williams, who lives in Australia but grew up in Swansea, had his bike stolen on Tuesday when he stopped to visit his Welsh relatives Credit: Martin Williams

A motorcyclist from Australia who had his bike stolen in Swansea during a round-the-world trip has told ITV News there is still no sign of his bike, despite widespread media coverage.

Martin Williams, 53, said: "I went around the local bike dealers this morning chasing information and thanks to the story all knew what had happened and were very willing to help.

"Unfortunately there are no positive developments yet."

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