This is on the on-ramp of the 71 from the 91. I've never actually seen anyone biking on the freeway but they must have this sign there for a reason. There was recently construction in that area and they took the sign down and then put up a brand new one a few days later. Weird.
QCan I ride my bicycle on the freeway?A.Of the more than 4,000 miles of freeways in California, about 1,000 miles are open to bicyclists. These open sections are usually in rural areas where there is no alternate route. California Vehicle Code Section 21960 says Caltrans and local agencies may prohibit bicyclists from traveling on freeways under their jurisdiction and that they must erect signs stating the prohibition. There are no signs permitting bicyclists on freeways. When a bicyclist is legally traveling on a freeway, he/she may be directed off the freeway at the next off-ramp by a sign that says "Bicycles Must Exit." The freeway will be posted at the next on-ramp with a sign that says "Bicycles Prohibited."
Unless there is a sign saying they are prohibited, you can ride on the freeway.
Originally Posted by jolly_ross
If you find yourself shouting at a little girl on a tiny pink bike because she's not doing her turn up front then you may be out of place.
I looked on Google street view and saw the "bicycles prohibited" sign on the Green River onramp to the 91 east. If bikes are prohibited going easbound, I think they'd certainly be prohibited going west.