6.1: Cycling on Campus
Cyclists are subject to the same rules of the road as motorists and must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians at all times. Cyclists are encouraged to wear protective gear and must use appropriate lighting and/or reflective equipment when riding at night. Cyclists ride at their own risk and may be held responsible for recklessness and/or injuries to others. DU is not responsible for injuries suffered while cycling or injuries caused by cyclists.
6.2: Bicycle Registration
The Department of Campus Safety encourages riders to register their bikes. You may register your bike at the Main Campus WID. Unregistered bikes may be subject to removal after the academic year or if the University believes that they may be abandoned.
6.3: Bicycle Storage
Bicycles may not be stored in hallways or left unattended in such a manner as to constitute a hazard to other persons. The use of an appropriate bicycle lock is recommended to
reduce the possibility of theft. Bikes must be secured at proper bicycle rack locations (1st Floor of the Garage, behind Mazzucheli Hall, Outside of the Commons, or South of Fine Arts) and NOT on signage posts, benches, stairwells, or any undesignated location.
6.4: Skating on Campus
Skating includes the use of skateboards, roller skates, rollerblades, and non-motorized scooters. Skaters skate at their own risk and may be held responsible for recklessness, damage done to property, and/or injuries to others. DU is not responsible for injuries suffered while skating on campus or injuries caused by skaters. All persons skating on campus are expected to abide by the following rules:
- Skating inside DU buildings is prohibited.
- Skating is prohibited along heavily trafficked pedestrian walkways.
- Skating is prohibited along steep walkways and roadways on campus.
- Skaters must observe all signs restricting skating.
- Performing skating tricks is prohibited.
- Any skating that damages University property is prohibited
Gas-powered or motorized skateboards or scooters on pedestrian walkways are prohibited. Hover boards are not permitted on campus.