Zion National ParkLocated in Utah, this national park is known for its impressive sandstone features. As you ride along, you’ll see towering mesas and rock towers as well as deep canyons. It is a truly beautiful park to visit with consistent weather for biking.
There are a number of roads throughout the park, but these allow motor vehicles as well. If you want a biking-only trail, your options are limited to the Pa’rus Trail. However, this should be enough because it offers truly incredible views.
Acadia National ParkUp in Maine lies the 47,000-acre Acadia National Park. It is primarily located on Mountain Desert Island. However, it is quite different from the desert of Zion National Park.
It features woodlands, rocky mountainous peaks and beaches on the Atlantic. The park also happens to include Cadillac Mountain, the highest peak on the east coast.
You can explore quite freely on any Class 1 (pedal/electric) e-bike. E-Lux Bikes models are perfect for Acadia.
Cuyahoga Valley National ParkOhio’s national park is another great destination for e-bikers. Part of the charm of this park is the combination of historic homes and structure along with the incredible natural sights. You’ll find beautiful waterfalls, enjoyable trails and more.
This park is actively promoting the use of e-bikes. You can take them to most places in the park. The NPS staff will provide details on where they are allowed. The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath, the best known in the park, is a popular spot for e-biking.
Yellowstone National ParkYellowstone has been one of the most accommodating parks for e-bikers. The staff explicitly state that e-bikes are considered to be bicycles rather than motor vehicles. They are allowed everywhere pedaled bikes can go. That is a large number of trails.
Head here to enjoy the incredible geothermal features including Old Faithful. Additionally, there is impressive wildlife throughout the park including bison, elk, moose, bears, wolves and many other large mammals.