Perhaps now the case of the Purloined Bicycle can be put to rest.

The story of the beloved bike of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, stolen and returned to a “Breaking News” banner in Pittsburgh last week, was memorialized Sunday with a pretty terrific touchdown celebration and on some sweet cleats. JuJu, who caught seven passes for 193 yards in Pittsburgh’s victory over Detroit, remembered his bike after he scored on a 97-yard pass play.

That’s right. He’s putting a security chain on the sideline exercise bike.

He didn’t stop there, either. His warm-up cleats were a tribute to the whole experience, too.

The bike is extra special because the 20-year-old rookie, who is the NFL’s youngest player, doesn’t have a driver’s license. It was pretty traumatizing when the bike disappeared early last week.

More importantly, it was a nice ride, a Ghost Square Cross 5 that retails for nearly $700 (down from $999) at REI.

By last Wednesday, TV station KDKA had been contacted by a man who said he had purchased it before learning it was stolen and had turned it over to police.

Now, the whole story lives on in TD celebration lore.

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