474.06   RIDING BICYCLES UPON SIDEWALKS.
   (a)   Any person may ride a bicycle on a sidewalk or sidewalk area.
   (b)   Whenever a person is riding a bicycle upon a sidewalk, such person shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian and shall give an audible signal before attempting to overtake and pass a pedestrian or another bicycle.  This audible signal must be given by a bell or other warning device capable of giving an audible signal and shall be given at such a distance and in such a manner as not to startle the person being overtaken and passed.
   (c)   Whenever a person is riding upon a sidewalk, the person, before overtaking and passing a blind person carrying a white or metallic cane, shall dismount and overtake and pass on foot.
(Ord. 21-94.  Passed 11-21-94.)