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The Forest Service classifies e-bikes as motorized vehicles (36 CFR 212.1). E-bikes are welcome on all motorized trails and roads on the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Please visit the Bridger-Teton's Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for motorized trail location and information.  These free maps can be acquired locally at any Forest Service office

The Travel Management Rule defines “motor vehicle” as “any vehicle which is self-propelled, other than (1) a vehicle operated on rails; and (2) any wheelchair or mobility device, including one that is battery-powered, that is designed solely for use by a mobility-impaired person for locomotion, and that is suitable for use in an indoor pedestrian area.” 36 CFR 212.1. This definition is consistent with the definition for a “wheelchair” in federal wilderness in section 508(c)(2) of the Americans With Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. 12207(c)(2). 

Under the Travel Management Rule, e-bikes may be ridden where motor vehicles are allowed, including on National Forest System (NFS) roads open to all vehicles; NFS trails open to all vehicles; NFS trails open to vehicles 50 inches or less; NFS trails open to motorcycles only; and NFS trails open to e-bikes as a special designation. Here are eBike opprtunities on the Jackson Ranger District.

Examples of areas where e-bikes are prohibited include all Wilderness Areas, and all trails open to pedestrian, or bicycle or horseback use only. 


Know Before You Go: Trail Etiquette

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Tread Lightly: Share the Road and Trails



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