As cities such as Bellevue increasingly encourage residents to bicycle, we thought we’d take this opportunity to point out some Bellevue City Codes and laws which pertain specifically to biking in Bellevue.
Bellevue Bicycle Laws
Riding on the Sidewalk
Riding a bicycle on the sidewalk is permitted in Bellevue however the bicyclist should exercise caution and should not ride faster than is reasonable and proper.
Right-of-way on side walk — Overtaking and passing.
Bellevue City Code 11.60.062
Bicyclists who are riding on a sidewalk should yield to pedestrians and also signal to pedestrians by voice or some other audible signal that he/she is going to overtake and pass the pedestrian.
Bellevue City Code 11.60.090
Bicycle helmets are required in Bellevue on public roads, bicycle paths, sidewalks, right-of-ways or any facility under the jurisdiction.
This information is provided by Washington Injury Attorney blog, a service of The Farber Law Group. We represent people with serious personal injuries due to bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and car accidents.
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