Every person riding a bike on a sidewalk or public path shall yield the right of way to a pedestrian and must give an audible signal before overtaking and passing any pedestrian.
Seattle Municipal Code 11.44.120 states:


Every person operating a bicycle upon any sidewalk or public pathshall operate the same in a careful and prudent manner and at a rateof speed no greater than is reasonable and proper under the conditionsexisting at the point of operation, taking into account the amount andcharacter of pedestrian traffic, grade and width of sidewalk or publicpath, and condition of surface, and shall obey all traffic-controldevices. Every person operating a bicycle upon a sidewalk or publicpath shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian thereon, and shallgive an audible signal before overtaking and passing any pedestrian.

Who has the right of way on sidewalks, bikes or people?

 

A: Every person riding a bike on a sidewalk or public path shall yield the right of way to a pedestrian and must give an audible signal before overtaking and passing any pedestrian.

Seattle Municipal Code 11.44.120 states:

Every person operating a bicycle upon any sidewalk or public path
shall operate the same in a careful and prudent manner and at a rate
of speed no greater than is reasonable and proper under the conditions
existing at the point of operation, taking into account the amount and
character of pedestrian traffic, grade and width of sidewalk or public
path, and condition of surface, and shall obey all traffic-control
devices. Every person operating a bicycle upon a sidewalk or public
path shall yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian thereon, and shall
give an audible signal before overtaking and passing any pedestrian.