Bicycle license repeal goes to Cheyenne City Council
If you ride a bicycle in Cheyenne, you may be breaking the law – albeit unknowingly.
That’s because city law currently requires every bicycle operated in Cheyenne to be licensed with the city and to display a license decal issued through the city clerk’s office.
But the law hasn’t been enforced for years or even decades, though no one seems to know quite how long.
Regardless, an ordinance introduced in the Cheyenne City Council Monday night would repeal the bicycle licensing law.
If I lived in Cheyenne I’d be running to get my bike licensed before they changed the law. Those little stickers are about to be a minor collector’s item.
Hopefully as part of this change they will educate people on options like The National Bike Registry which works to help people get their bikes back.