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BICYCLE LICENSE go back

A city or county may adopt a bicycle licensing ordinance or resolution stating that no resident shall operate any bicycle on any street, road, highway, or other public property within the city or county, unless such bicycle is licensed. The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is the bicycle licensing authority.


Consumers should check with the local police department for bicycle registration, licensing, and regulations in their area.


DMV

800-777-0133

800-368-4327 TTY


City of Sacramento Code Enforcement Office

915 I Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

Call 311 for information in City limits.

Call 916-264-5011 outside the City limits.


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See also: Article 4, Chapter 1, Division 11 of the California Vehicle Code and Division 16.7 of the California Vehicle Code