Hendrix College recognizes that bicycles are an important and
legitimate means of transportation, provided they are operated with due regard
and concern for the safety of the general public.
In order to provide a safe and efficient means of managing a
large number of bicycles on campus, all bicycles operated by Hendrix College
faculty, staff, and students must be registered with the Department of Public
Hendrix College assumes no responsibility for the care and
protection of any bicycle, attached accessories, or contents at any time.
All bicycles operated and stored on campus must be registered
online through your CampusWeb account. Once registration is completed, you can
then pick up your bicycle permit at the Office of Public Safety. There is no
charge to register your bicycle.
In the event of theft of the bicycle, the Hendrix decal will
provide an additional method of identification for use during the
investigation. We encourage bicycle owners to file a Conway Police report if
their bicycle or accessories are stolen, in addition to reporting the theft to
Public Safety. We also recommend checking the Conway Police Recovered Bicycle
Inventory at http://conwaypd.org/index.php/news-information/recovered-bicycle-inventory
The following information is required to register a bicycle:
make, model, color, type, and serial number. [Example: Huffy, Extreme, Red,
Decals must be permanently affixed to the left side of the down
tube, below the seat or to the top side of the top tube of the bicycle. Prior
to application, make sure that area is clean and dry.
The bicycle owner is responsible for complying with all bicycle
regulations. Persons operating a bicycle on the Hendrix campus are responsible
for acquainting themselves with and obeying the bicycle regulations of the
College. Bicycles bearing the registration decal, applied as indicated above,
are entitled to use the roadways, sidewalks, and bicycle racks on campus as
specified in these Bicycle Regulations.
- Pedestrians in
crosswalks, on sidewalks, and at all other locations designated for pedestrian
traffic shall have the right-of-way over bicycles.
- Bicycles shall NOT be operated within
buildings, or on the patio/breezeway/ramp areas of campus.
- Bicycles and cyclists shall in all respects
comply with applicable state laws and regulations, including but not limited to
turn signals, lighting, brakes, lane changing, etc.
- Cyclists are responsible for controlling the
speed of the bicycle so as not to endanger any pedestrian.
- Bicycles should be operated so that both
wheels remain in contact with the ground at all times.
- A light must be used when traveling at night.
- Bicycles parked on
campus must be parked in a bicycle rack.
- Bicyclist must
provide right-of-way to vehicles when entering traffic lanes from sidewalks
- No individual shall park, store, or leave a
bicycle in such a manner as to cause the said bicycle to block or otherwise
impede normal entrance to or exit from any building on campus, or in a manner
that constitutes a safety hazard.
- No individual who operates a bicycle on campus
shall carry any other individual on the bicycle.
- Bicycles shall not be parked or stored in a
walkway, on a sidewalk, in a hallway, on a handicap ramp, or in or near a
doorway except where use is made of a parking rack furnished by the College.
- No individual shall operate at night on the
campus or streets of Hendrix College any bicycle not equipped with headlight
and taillight or reflector.
- Operating bicycles inside residences or
buildings is prohibited.
- Chaining bicycles to
objects other than authorized bicycle racks is prohibited. Bicycles found improperly parked or secured to inappropriate
objects (i.e., light poles, handrails, doors, trees, etc.) may be removed and
impounded by the Office of Public Safety.
- No individual operating a bicycle on campus
shall in any way attach it to, or cling to a moving vehicle.
- No individual shall operate any bicycle while
under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Citations will be issued to the owner or operator of any bicycle
found to be in violation of any bicycle regulation. The fine for violating any
of the bicycle regulations of Hendrix College is $20.00 for each violation.
Any Office of Public Safety Officer or another person explicitly
authorized by the Director of Public Safety may move, relocate and/or impound
any bicycle by removal of securing devices as necessary which:
- Blocks or otherwise impedes traffic in any
roadway, path or sidewalk, stairway, or handicapped access rail, or creates any
- Is not parked in a bicycle rack.
- Blocks or impedes normal entrance to or exit
from any building on the campus.
- Is abandoned or appears abandoned.
- Is reported stolen to a law enforcement
- Impedes the performance of maintenance or
construction on College property.
Neither Hendrix College nor Hendrix College employees authorized
to remove and impound a bicycle shall be liable to the owner of the bicycle for
damage or the cost of repair or replacement of any securing device.
Any bicycle impounded pursuant to any part of this section shall
be stored in a secure facility designated for such purpose by the Director of
Release of an impounded bicycle requires payment of outstanding
citations. Unregistered bicycles must be registered prior to release.