Stolen Bicycle Alert: Cannondale Six13


STOLEN CANNONDALE SIX13

Stolen Friday, August 13, 2010 from Nichols Hills Residence

$250.00 REWARD

Cannondale Six13, 52 cm, black carbon-fiber frame tubes with aluminum joints, “OKC Velo” & “My Bicycle Store” frame decals on top tube & chain stays, full Dura-Ace, Mavik Ksyrium wheels, Cannondale carbon compact crank, FSA K-wing handlebars w/ red bar tape, Fizik seat w/ red stripe, red Speedplay pedals, frame-mounted black carbon Arundel bottle cage, seat rail-mounted Bontrager rack with black carbon Arundel bottle cages, Garmin Edge 305 w/ cadence sensor. A little road rash on the R brifter.
There is a $ 250.00 REWARD for the return of my bike
Tom Kilpatrick 834-6666
or Nichols Hills Police 843-5672

Here is a flyer containing the details and a picture of this particular bike:  STOLEN BICYCLE.pdf

Unfortunately, the picture cuts off a little high so here is a example picture of what a Cannondale Six13 looks like:


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Picture by: Chad Kellogg


Nichols Hills Require Bicycle Licenses

Walter J. posted this interesting little legal tidbit about the bicycle licensing requirements of Nichols Hills to the OBS mailing list:

Sec. 22-221.  Impoundment.

Any bicycle found upon any of the streets, sidewalks, alleys, parks, or public ways, or upon private property not under the control of the owner of the bicycle, and not licensed as herein required, or which does not otherwise comply with the provisions hereof or state law, shall be impounded until compliance is made. Abandoned bicycles shall be seized and impounded for safe keeping by the police department.

(Code 1989, § 20-105)

Sec. 22-222.  License.

(a)   It shall be unlawful and an offense for any person to operate or use a bicycle with a wheel diameter of 20 inches or more, propelled wholly or in part by muscular power, upon any of the streets, sidewalks, alleys, parks, or public ways of the city without first obtaining a license therefor and having the license placed thereon as hereinafter provided.

(b)   Such persons as the city manager may designate are hereby authorized and directed to issue bicycle licenses and attach the license to the bicycle on the upright portion of the frame below the seat or in such other form and manner as the city manager may prescribe. At the time of issuance of the license, the person issuing the license shall record the date of the issuance of each license, the name and address of the person to whom the same is issued, and the license number, together with a description of the bicycle licensed. There shall be no fee or charge for the issuance of such licenses.

(c)   In the event the license becomes obliterated, mutilated, removed or for any other reason, its numbers and lettering cannot be read, the owner of the license shall be required to obtain a duplicate license.

(Code 1989, §§ 20-100–20-102)

Via: http://www.municode.com/resources/gateway.asp?pid=12449&sid=36

I have no idea how often this law is enforced if ever.  However, since punishment for an unlicensed bike is having it impounded, I may have to rethink my little trips to the Farmer’s Market on Thursdays.  Anyone ever been asked for their license?

UPDATE: 07/06/2010

The license can be obtained at no cost from the Nichols Hills Public Works Department at

1009 NW 75th.