Bicycles on Campus
Section 4 - REGULATIONS
- Pedestrians have the right-of-way on a walkway.
- A bicyclist shall stay in the right lane when on a designated walkway.
- On any walkway a bicyclist shall avoid weaving as he rides. When ready to pass or change direction of travel in any way, the bicyclist must check for other bicycles and pedestrians that could be affected by this change and notify them by the use of hand signals or other means as to the intent to change direction.
- Every person riding a bicycle is required to obey the same traffic regulations as the driver of a motor vehicle. This includes obeying all stop signs, yield signs, red lights, and other traffic signals specific to this campus.
- Bicycle equipment shall comply with the Colorado State Vehicle Code. A light shall be used when a bicyclist is traveling at night.
- No person shall park, store or leave a bicycle in such a manner as to cause said bicycle to block or otherwise impede normal entrance to or exit from any building on campus, or in a manner that constitutes a safety hazard.
- No bicycle shall be parked, stored, or left in any lobby, hallway, or room of any building unless said area is specifically designated for bicycles. Designated areas must be in accordance with all federal, state, and local fire and safety regulations. This section is not intended to prohibit the storing or parking of a bicycle in any person's office or residence.
riding of skateboards and rollerblades is permitted on campus
for transportation purposes only. Pedestrian traffic on all campus
walkways, roadways, patios and stairs has the right-of-way. Stunts
and exhibition riding of skateboards, rollerblades or roller skates
is prohibited on the University Campus.
- The riding of skateboards, rollerblades or roller skates is prohibited in
all University buildings on campus.
B. ACTIVITY DEFINITIONS
- Acrobatic skating occurs when
all wheels of a skateboard or of both skates are simultaneously
out of contact with the ground during skating. It also applies
to, but is not limited to, the jumping onto or off of objects such
as benches, hand-railings, and retaining walls. This definition
applies except when skates or skateboards are being carried or
when they are motionless. (5-4-20)
- Careless skating occurs when
a significant risk of injury to any person or damage to another
property is created by skating, or when skating activity disrupts
University operations. (5-4-18)
- Skating of any kind is
prohibited in any building. Skates must be removed prior
to entering the building. (5-4-19)
- Persons contacted in violation of
these regulations may be issued citations and assessed
a $50 fine.
- Please help reduce the risk of personal injury and property
damage due to skating on campus. Skate safely! Thank
- Call the Parking Services office at (970) 351-1971 or send us an email