J1-101 Where To Ride
Bicyclists should ride as close as possible to the right edge of the roadway. Exceptions are when bicyclists are overtaking and passing another vehicle, preparing for a left turn, avoiding unsafe conditions or the lane width is too narrow to share with a motor vehicle. Bicycles are not excluded from riding on the beam or shoulder.
Bicyclists must not ride between two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction unless one lane is a separate or mandatory turn lane. Bicyclists should ride single file on highways. Bicyclists may ride two or more abreast on paths or parts of highways designated exclusively for bicycle use.
Bicycles and pedestrians are prohibited from interstates and certain other controlled-access highways. The restricted sections of the highways are marked with conspicuous signs. When a usable bicycle path is located next to a roadway and local ordinance requires its use, bicyclists must ride on the path, not on the roadway.
Bicycles may be ridden on sidewalks unless prohibited by local ordinance or traffic control devices. While on the sidewalks, bicyclists must always yield the right of way to pedestrians and give an audible signal before passing a pedestrian.
Bicyclists must yield the right of way to pedestrians or vehicles when pulling onto a sidewalk or highway from a driveway.