(1) E-bike classes
(2) (2) US Forest Service
(3) OSU Research Forests
(4) Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
(5) Starker Forests
(2) US Forest Service
Class 1, 2, and 3 e-bikes are allowed on motorized trails and roads on national forests and grasslands. Local Forest Service officials may consider new opportunities for e-bike use on non-motorized trails and in non-motorized areas by utilizing a designation process in accordance with the Travel Management Rule (36 CFR Part 212, Subpart B).
Suslaw National Forest
"Electric bikes (E-bikes) are NOT ALLOWED on trails designated for non-motorized use such as mountain bike or hiking trails. E-bikes are classified as self-propelled motor vehicles and are only allowed on roads or trails open to motorized vehicles. Maps for those motorized roads and trails can be found here."
(3) OSU Research Forests (including McDonald & Dunn Forests)
"Motorized vehicles are not allowed on Forest roads or trails, except for administrative purposes. Motor vehicles can include cars, trucks, motorcycles, e-bikes, hover boards, Segways, etc. Motorized wheelchairs are permitted."