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Focus Term: Motorized Use

Trail Moments | Swapping a Car for a Bike? Here’s What I Learned.
July 07, 2022
I decided to purchase my own e-bike and conquer my own fears of biking in the city. That was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Biking in D.C.'s Rock Creek Park | Photo by Hayden Duncan, courtesy Victoria Yuen
Tom Petri Awards Honor 13 Outstanding Trail Projects and Programs in 2021
November 11, 2021
The Coalition for Recreational Trails (CRT) honored this year’s recipients of the Tom Petri Recreational Trails Program Annual Achievement Awards.
Vermilion River Regional Greenway in Minnesota | Photo by TrailLink user travistschepen
Winter “Share the Trail” Etiquette and Safety Tips
February 01, 2021
Find out how we can all “Share the Trail” together safely—while still gleaning the best that winter has to offer on America’s trails.
Pennsylvania's Trout Island Trail | Photo by TrailLink user vicki1960
Seattle E-Bike Pilot Program Promotes Safe Shared Use on Local Trails
October 07, 2020
Seattle often sees the first waves of new technology, and recently, that tech has made its way onto the city’s trails in the form of e-bikes, e-scooters, hoverboards, solo wheels and more.
Seattle Parks and Recreation staff gathered data on nearly 10,000 trail users over the course of 25 intercept studies on five local trails for the city's e-bike pilot program. | Courtesy Seattle Parks and Recreation
Micromobility Devices on Multiuse Trails
August 28, 2019
Regarding micromobility devices on trails, RTC’s recommendations seek to promote greater trail use, including increased diversity of trail users.
E-Bikes Got This Baby Boomer Back on the Trail After Asthma
May 22, 2019
A one-day rental there led to a weeklong adventure in Hawaii, followed by my first of two e-bike purchases three years ago. Since then, I’ve logged more than 1,000 road and trail miles, and for me, it’s been a win-win.
Libby Rose on e-bike | Photo courtesy Wandering Rose Travels