Oregon eBike Trail Access
Welcome to our Trail Info page. As a result of ebikes becoming a new source of adventure and exploration we have compiled a few resources to educate and get you started on your next ride.
Also, ebikes are new to the federal lands and we need to make our voices heard to be part of future planning and policy. See below for more information. As policies revise we will keep you updated.
Dept of Interior Allows eBike Access Across BLM and National Parks
This will include access to local BLM trails including Maston Trail System and Horse Ridge Area and more! We will keep you posted as we get updates. Note: this does not include USFS lands as they are under the Dept of Agriculture.
We'll keep you posted with updates, meanwhile, keep riding!
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GREAT eMTB RIDES IN OREGONPost Canyon (see map)
Hood River | 20 milesElkhorn Crest Loop
Sumpter | 38.1 milesSouth Fork Walla Walla
Umatilla National Forest | 18 milesUmatilla Rim
Umatilla National Forest | 35.3 milesLittle Greyback - Mule Mtn. LoopRogue River National Forest | 17.6 miles
FIND A TRAIL eMTB Map
See recommended trails, submit your favorites and check out all of our other eMTB resources – eMTB Adventures, land manager tools, and more!
*Trail information provided by PEOPLE FOR BIKES
It's important that we all share the trail and be good stewards of our lands
eBikes on USFS Lands
eBikes on BLM Lands and in National Parks
eBikes are allowed on any trail that is open traditional bicycles. Visit your local land manager's website for trail info and specific rules.
YOU HAVE A VOICE IN PLANNING & POLICIES FOR eBIKES and eMTBs
Do you think ebikes should have access to trails including those reserved for non-motorized vehicles?
Currently, there are myths and assumptions about e-bikes and while some may have been true in the past the e-bikes of today are high-quality with premium components and accessories.Our land managers want and need to hear from you!If you would like to comment about the value of ebikes, and would like to have ebikes on non-motorized trails on federal lands please take a moment to write your national representative via People for Bikes.Also, our local land managers are learning of the advantages of ebikes and in some states there have been successful collaborations.CONTACTDeschutes National Forest - contact formBLM - Oregon/Washington - emailPeople for Bikes - Take ActionJoin COTA -Central Oregon Trail Alliance - become part of the decision-making