From the ordinance:
§ 8-3-3-15 RIDING BICYCLE ON SIDEWALK.
(A) Bicyclists shall not ride upon a sidewalk when there is a wide right lane, bike lane, or bike trail adjacent to the direction of travel, or when signs are posted prohibiting bicycles on the sidewalk, or when within a business district. When riding on a sidewalk, a bicyclist is subject to the laws that apply to pedestrians.
(B) If a bicyclist dismounts, the bicyclist is subject to the laws that apply to pedestrians.
(C) Whenever a person must ride a bicycle upon a sidewalk, such person shall ride slowly, shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian, shall overtake on the left, and shall give an audible signal before attempting to overtake and pass such pedestrian, and shall only ride on the sidewalk on the right hand side of the street, moving with the directional flow of the motor vehicle traffic.
('74 Code, § 9-5-16.16) (Ord. 65-1974; Am. Ord. 19-2007; Am. Ord. 37-2008)
Since being hit by a car while riding my bike, I always ride on the sidewalk. The city can give me a fine if they want, that's ok, I'll still be alive to pay it. Oh, and I call bike lanes"suicide lanes".