eMTB Trails Map

Electric bicycle (e-bike) laws are different in every state, and can be confusing for consumers, retailers, and suppliers. The Bicycle Product Suppliers Association and PeopleForBikes have a partnership to make riding an e-bike easy and accessible for all.  See more at PeopleForBikes...


PeopleForBikes is cataloguing great eMTB rides throughout the U.S. and need your input!

Contribute to this map and share your favorite eMTB trails on this simple form. The process is easy – upload or describe your favorite route, and People for Bikes will take care of the rest. Any routes are welcomed for submission: stellar singletrack, fun dirt road adventures, and anything in between.

Please remember that on federal, state, county and local trails, eMTB access varies significantly. Generally speaking, any natural surface trail designated for both motorized and non-motorized use is open to eMTBs. eMTBs may not be allowed on trails managed for non-motorized activities. eMTB access on singletrack is different than access to paved and soft surface bike lanes and bike paths. eMTBs are not allowed everywhere traditional mountain bikes are. Always consult with your local land manager for access questions.

Submit your ride here here, and check out all of our other eMTB resources – eMTB Adventures, land manager tools, and more – here.


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