Bicycling

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Non-motorized off-road vehicles, such as mountain bikes, are limited to trails specifically signed open to mountain bikes and Forest Service Roads open to vehicular travel.

Bicycle use is specifically prohibited on the Appalachian/Long Trail, its side trails, Wilderness Areas, Primitive Areas, and Special Areas.

E-Bikes (with full electric motor power or pedal assist) are not allowed on non-motorized trails.
 

Other Types of Bicycling

Fat Biking is popular winter recreation activity.

Lift-served mountain biking occurs at developed ski areas and allows riders and their bikes to take a chairlift to the top of downhill only trails. Trails vary from mellow flow trails to steep, rocky trails with wooden features and jumps. These areas charge a fee and typically provide amenities like rental bikes, bathrooms, and food opportunities. Lift-served biking is available in the following ski areas:



https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/gmfl/recreation/bicycling