A portion of the roadway which has been designated by stripping, signing and pavement markings for the preferential or exclusive use of bicycles.
102-b – Definition of Bicycle Path
A path physically separated from motorized vehicle traffic by an open space or barrier and either within the highway right–of-way or within an independent right-of-way and which is intended for the use of bicycles.
375(24-a) - Equipment
Rider cannot wear more than one earphone attached to radio, tape player or other audio device while riding.
1231 - Traffic Laws Applicable to Persons Riding Bicycles
Bicyclists are granted all rights and subject to all duties applicable to operator of vehicle except where not applicable.
1232 - Riding on bicycles
Must ride on a permanent seat;
Feet must be on pedals;
Bike must carry only number of persons for which it is designed and equipped.
1233 - Clinging to vehicles
No attaching bike or person to another vehicle being operated on the roadway.
1234 - Riding on roadways, shoulders, bicycle lanes and bicycle paths
Must ride bicycle on the right side of the roadway (some conditions and exceptions
No more than two abreast.
1235 - Carrying articles
Rider must keep at least one hand on handlebars when carrying packages.
1236 - Lamps and other equipment
White headlight and red taillight must be used from dusk to dawn;
Bell or other audible signal (not whistle) required;
Working brakes required;
Reflective tires and/or other reflective devices required.
1237 - Hand and arm signals
Bicyclists are required to use hand signals to turn left and right and to stop or decrease speed;
Rider can use either hand to signal a right turn.
1238 - Helmets and carrying children
A child under age one is not permitted to ride on a bicycle.
A child one or more years of age but less than five years of age must wear an approved helmet and be carried in a properly affixed child carrier.
A child five or more years of age but less than fourteen years of age must wear an approved helmet.