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As used in this chapter, the following terms are defined in this section:
“Bicycle” for the purposes of this chapter means any device upon which an individual may ride, which is propelled by human power through a system of belts, chains, or gears and which has wheels at least twenty (20) inches in diameter and a frame size of at least fourteen (14) inches.
“Bicycle lane” means that portion of a roadway set aside for the use of bicycles and so designated.
“Bicycle path” shall be contrived as a pathway for bicycles and pedestrians paralleling a roadway.
Curb, Right-Hand Side of the Road or Shoulder of the Roadway. If a bicycle is separated from the traffic lane by a parking lane, then the edge of the bicycle lane nearest the center of the roadway shall be deemed the equivalent of the “curb” or the “right-hand side of the roadway” or the “shoulder of the roadway” or any word or phrase in this code, or in the state law, which word or phrase references the extreme right-hand side of the roadway be created for purposes of compliance with local and state laws which reference the right-hand side of the roadway for parking, emergency parking, driving, and all other purposes. (Ord. 9517 § 1 (part), 1995: prior code §§ 3376, 3385, 6450)