U.S. E-Mountainbike Trail Map
Although e-bikes are starting to be accepted on most roads and bike paths, mountain bike trails still have their share of controversy. It takes a good amount of research to find out where you are allowed to ride an electric mountain bike. A good rule of thumb is that e mountain bikes are allowed on service roads and wherever motorized vehicles are welcome. Single track riding varies the most. E MTB riding on Forrest Service and BLM land is usually not allowed. In Utah, Park City, Deer Valley and Moab have their own rules on where you can and cannot ride an electric assist mountain bike.
To help answer these sometimes confusing questions, the BPSA (Bicycle Product Suppliers Association) and PeopleForBikes.org created this excellent, interactive map to help you find trails to ride on. Want to see an e-bike trail added? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.