[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Fairport 11-6-1939; revised 4-2-1971 (Ch. 6 of the 1968 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
No person shall ride or operate a bicycle upon any sidewalk, street or public place in said Village in such a manner as to interfere with pedestrians thereon.
Every bicycle operated or driven upon any street or public place in said Village of Fairport shall be equipped and shall in all respects comply with the provisions of § 1329 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York.
No person shall ride or operate a bicycle upon any street or public place in said Village two or more abreast, or while so riding hang on to an automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle of any kind; nor shall any person riding or operating a bicycle proceed with his feet off the pedals or hands off of the steering apparatus thereof, or perform any trick or fancy riding thereon.
A person riding or operating a bicycle in said Village shall observe all traffic signs, stop signs, traffic signals and all other traffic regulations, and shall operate said bicycle on the right-hand side of the street at all times and as near to the curb as practicable.
No person shall throw, drop or place, or cause or procure to be thrown, dropped or placed, in or upon any highway, street or public place within the corporate limits of said Village, any glass, tacks, nails, pieces of metal or other substances which might injure or damage a bicycle.
Any person violating any of the provisions of this chapter shall be liable for and forfeit and pay to the Village of Fairport a penalty not exceeding $25 for a first offense and not exceeding $50 for a second and each subsequent offense.