Bicycles on Campus
SECTION 2 - GENERAL DEFINITIONS
The following words and phrases shall have the meanings ascribed except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning.
- Bicycle - means a device upon which any person may ride, propelled by human power through a belt, chain, or gears, and having one or more wheels.
- Roller blades and roller skates - means any device consisting of a shoe with three or more small wheels attached to it, upon which a person may ride, that is propelled by human power.
- Scooter - means any device consisting of a long footboard mounted on wheels less than fourteen inches in diameter, controlled by an upright steering handle attached to the front wheel, upon which a person may ride, that is propelled solely by human power.
- Skateboard - means any device consisting of a footrest mounted on wheels less than fourteen inches in diameter, upon which a person may ride, that is propelled solely by human power.
- Walkway - means a route utilized primarily for pedestrian travel. Any surface not deemed bikeway or roadway shall be considered a "walkway."
- Impoundment - means towing, storage, and/or booting of any vehicle.
- Registration permit - means a University of Northern Colorado issued permit that is the uniquely numbered adhesive sticker supplied as evidence of bicycle registration, and designed for attachment to the registered bicycle as indication of its registration.
- Motorized bicycles - for the purpose of these regulations, mopeds or motorized bicycles are considered motorcycles. See Parking Services Rules and Regulations.
- Vehicle - means every mechanical device or animal upon, in, or by which any person or property is, or may be, transported or drawn.
- Regulatory sign - means all traffic control devices, signs, signals, and markings, placed or erected for the purpose of regulating, warning or guiding traffic and parking.
- School year - means the time period starting with the first day after summer classes end and ending with the last day of summer classes in the following year.