Consumer Protection Law
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Do you know where the person lives or works?
Does he have the title for the bike?
Was he supposed to pay later? How did he get the bike without paying you for it?
Ok, then your recourse here is to file a small claims lawsuit against the person and sue them for breach of contract. You don't need an attorney and can get the summons and complaint forms from the court clerks to start the case. Once you get a judgment, you can get a writ to garnish any wages or seize bank accounts to pay the judgment.