After conducting a comprehensive pilot study, Park City Municipal determined to allow electric assisted bikes (e-bikes) on designated pathways in and around Park City. E-bikes are not allowed on single-track trails within Park City limits.*
Please check out the map designating where e-bikes are allowed. In addition to the roadways around Park City, class I and class II e-bikes are allowed on pathways designated on the map as yellow and gray hashed paved pathways and green and gray hashed soft surface double-track. Class III e-bikes are only allowed on applicable roadways.
All e-bikes must be correctly labeled according to their class:
- Class I- (pedal assist) top speed of electric assist limited to 20 mph
- Class II- (throttle assist) top speed of electric assist limited to 20 mph
- Class III- (pedal assist) top speed of electric assist limited to 28 mph. Equipped with a speedometer.
*E-bikes may be used on single-track trails for maintenance, events, emergency response, and ADA compliance.
For further information please read the applicable code here:
Related Documents & Reports
Staff Report Announcing Intent to Conduct Pilot Project
"Use of Electric Assisted Bicycles and Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Devices on City Pathways and Trails"
May 29, 2014
Report Describing Parameters of Pilot Project
"Electric-Assisted Bicycle (E-Bike) Use on Multi-Use Paths Pilot Project"
April 16, 2015
Pilot Project Data Collection Summary
November 2, 2015
June 30. 2016