Chapter 10.40


10.40.070    Serial number prerequisite to sale.

10.40.080    Defacing or removing license or identity numbers.

10.40.100    Riding on sidewalks prohibited.

10.40.070 Serial number prerequisite to sale.

After December 31, 1974, no bicycle retailer may sell any new bicycle in the City unless the bicycle has permanently stamped by indentation in the metal or cast on its frame a serial number unique to the particular bicycle of each manufacturer. The serial number shall be stamped or cast in the head of the frame, either side of the seat downpost tube, or the bottom sprocket bracket. (Ord. 763 § 9, 1975)

10.40.080 Defacing or removing license or identity numbers.

It is unlawful for any person to wilfully or maliciously remove, deface, mutilate or alter any bicycle license plate, seal, registration card, or the number thereon, during the time in which the same is operative; provided, however, that nothing in this chapter shall prohibit the Police Department from stamping numbers on the frames of bicycles on which no serial number can be found, or on which such number is illegible or insufficient for identification purposes. (Ord. 338 § 8, 1953)

10.40.100 Riding on sidewalks prohibited.

It is unlawful to operate a bicycle upon any public sidewalk. Violation of this section shall be considered an infraction, and the violator shall be fined not more than ten dollars for each of such violations of this section. (Ord. 843 § 3, 1979)