CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) – A young man living with cerebral palsy is without one of his main modes of transportation after he says his bike was stolen over the weekend.

Mack Nicholson says he was riding around town and was stopped waiting to go across the street at Highway 99 and 78th Street when someone stole his bike right out of his hands.

Nicholson says he takes public transportation but mainly uses his bike. His mom says because of his disabilities, he may never be able to get a driver’s license.

Here’s Nicholson’s message to whomever stole it:

“I was like, did this really happen? Did somebody really just take off with my bike,” Nicholson said. “It wasn’t very nice for you to steal it, you’re stealing from somebody that works very hard.”

If you know anything regarding the case, contact the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

People interested in donating to help Nicholson get a new bike should visit, select the PayPal Donate Now button, and specify in the special instructions section that the donation is for Mack.

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Utah Mom

The link to the GoFundMe.


Can someone start a gofundme account so we can replace this man's bike - as I would imagine he will not be getting the bike back and if he does the condition may not be workable.


Can we do a gofundme account to replace this mans bike?

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