Spokies Targeted by Thieves

I am very confused as to what exactly their plan was for the highly recognizable therefore difficult to sell bicycles, but two men have been arrested for stealing bicycles from the new Spokies bike share program: On May 22, police were called to the WestTown Day Shelter near N.W. 3rd Street and N. Virginia Avenue. A worker there reported Fred Wren, 20, and Anthony Grove, 26, possessed bikes belonging to the Spokies program. [Read More]

Local Examiner.com Writer Has Bicycle Stolen

Examiner.com writer Diana Winslow, who covers downtown Oklahoma City, has had her bicycle (which is her primary form of transportation) stolen: Diana Winslow, Downtown Examiner writer’s bike is MIA from near Lake Hefner as of Thursday January 05-2012. AKA “Chick on a Bike”, the writer’s very distinctive beaten red Nishiki 3 speed is a racing style bike, with a Selle Royale seat, various lights, bell and book rack on the back. [Read More]

Stolen Bicycle Alert: Multiple Bikes Stolen

KFOR is reporting that three bicycles were stolen last Friday (09/23) from local cyclist, Craig Staley. Below is description of the three missing bicycles: 2010 Specialized Tarmac (Left rear seat is scuffed and the 130 mm stem has GATA written in silver on top. 2010 Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon 29er (Right seat stay cracked and repaired and one spindle is broken on the right pedal) 2010 Specialized Crux (Cyclocross bike, Red and black) Additionally, wheels, racing shoes and thousands of dollars worth of tools were taken. [Read More]

Stolen Bicycle Alert: 2010 Cervelo S3

Ray H. has reported that his 2010 Cervelo S3 was stolen out of his garage near NW 50th and Portland. The bicycle has a 54 cm frame with SRAM S60 wheels and Dura-Ace components. The Serial Number for the bike is: SNS3C10E00336. Below is a picture of the bike in question: If you have any information at all regarding this bicycle, please fill out the form below! Thanks. Stolen Bike Information Form: [Read More]

Nice News for the New Year: Stolen Bike Recovered

I reported a few weeks back about Jim Reading’s stolen Red and Black Cervelo. Well, great news for the new year, according to the family’s Facebook Page, the bicycle has been recovered by the Moore Police Department. The bicycle is apparently in perfect condition. Additionally, an arrest was made in relation to the case. It’s not too often that stolen bicycles are recovered, so this is just great news for the Reading family! [Read More]

Stolen Bicycle Alert: 2011 Black & White Specialized Roubaix

David M. has reported on several of the bicycle mailing lists that his 2011 Black and White Specialized Roubaix road bicycle has been stolen from the garage of his Norman home. It is 52cm and it’s serial number is: STAT210C0931.  Any information regarding this bike should be reported to the Norman Police Department at (405) 321-1600 under case #2010-16566.   Below is a example picture of the bike in question:

Stolen Bicycle Alert: Red & Black Cervelo R3

UPDATED 1/1/2011: This bicycle was recovered in perfect condition by the Moore Police Department. Full details here. Many of you probably met Jim Reading at some point. He was a local cyclist who passed away on July 17th after a battle with leukemia. Well, to make matters worse, on Monday his beautiful Red & Black Cervelo R3 was stolen from the family in Oklahoma City. The family has set up a Facebook Page and a Twitter account to disiminate information about the theft. [Read More]

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. [Read More]