New Tool: State by State Bicycle laws

Check out our new tool! A web application that will give you the laws that are applicable to bicycles for your state. You can find our new tool on top of our sidebar or on our Commuter Tools Page.

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‘State By State Bicycle Laws’ area may not reflect current legal developments or statutory changes in the various jurisdictions and therefore should not be relied upon or interpreted as legal advice. The information provided on this public web site is provided solely for the general reference of the visitors to this web site. We suggest that you seek proper legal counsel if you have additional questions about the material presented here.


  1. Dan

    This is great!

  2. Thomas Brock

    Uh. Where in the world is NC?


  3. Quinn

    Thank god, I have been churning over my state laws, many of which seem open-ended, and now I am hoping to get other interps of the law.

  4. Moe (Post author)

    NC is between MD and NE…. I have updated the list, thanks for the heads up.

  5. Thomas Brock

    Thanks, Moe! We’re often forgotten over the other states πŸ™‚

  6. RL Policar

    This is legit. Great job to all that helped put it together!


  7. Moe (Post author)

    It was indeed a lot of work. Thanks to Jack and to Priscilla for contributing with the research.

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