Bicyclists must adhere to all traffic control devices while operated on public streets and campus roadways. All bicyclists are recommended to wear a helmet and have a full set of reflectors on the bike. Bicyclists on campus must use designated bike paths or public streets and roads (including Drury Lane), and stay off of pedestrian sidewalks. Bicyclists shall yield to pedestrians at all times and maintain a reasonable distance from vehicles, buildings and people.
All bicycles on campus are recommended to be registered with the Drury Safety and Security Office. This registration will require the following information: color of bicycle, make, model and serial number. Bicycle permits will be issued to students, faculty and staff at no charge. If your bike is stolen, and is not registered, you have little chance of recovery.
All bikes must be parked in bike racks or areas designated specifically for bicycles to avoid interfering with vehicle traffic, pedestrian traffic and snow removal efforts. Bicycles must not be chained to handicap ramps, light poles, handrails, bus shelters, public seating fixtures, fences, trash receptacles, trees or parked in spaces provided for motor vehicles. The College is not responsible for stolen bicycles or bicycles damaged due to vandalism or grounds maintenance efforts. Bicycles may only be brought into your residence hall room or placed in storage as per residence life storage policies. Students should check with their Residence Director (RD) about acceptable storage locations inside buildings.
Bike theft is a problem on all college campuses. Registration of your bicycle will help in the recovery of your bike if it is stolen. Additional steps you can take to protect your investment include: