Can I ride my one-wheel or e-bike on trails?

 Class 1 (pedal assist) e-bikes are allowed on Clear Creek County Trails, but are NOT currently allowed on USFS Trails (including those within the County). Class 1 e-bikes are defined as: The electric drive system on the e-bike can only be activated through a pedaling action (no throttle) and are limited to a motor powered speed of 20 mph (32 kph) with motor wattage of 750 watts or less.  Due to the low speed of operation and required pedaling action, Class 1 e-bikes have the same trail impacts, and thus benefit from, the same rights and access privileges as non-assist bicycles and are able to be used on streets, bike lanes, multi-use bike paths and off-road trails (unless otherwise noted). Class 2 & 3 e-bikes and any other motorized devices are prohibited from use on Clear Creek County non motorized trails.

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1. Who manages trails in Clear Creek County?
2. How can I report a trail concern?
3. Where can I find trails in Clear Creek County?
4. What is a "multi-use" trail?
5. Where can I drive my vehicle on trails?
6. Can I ride my one-wheel or e-bike on trails?
7. How much land in Clear Creek County is Forest Service or public land?
8. Are dogs allowed on trails?
9. What time can I recreate on trails?
10. Where do I park for trails?
11. Is alcohol allowed on trails?
12. Where can I find updates on trails?
13. How can I help Clear Creek County Trails?