Isn't the current assumption for north shore trails that they are all for 'non motorized' use only? If this is the case then it's not even up for discussion, e-bikes have motors, and are therefor banned on current trails. When the NSMBA applied for the Aviva Community Fund Grant, one of the excerpts from the grant application was, 'To create a network of multi-use, non-motorized trails to provide access to youth and novice cyclists" Non motorized means no motors, sorry guys, no e-bikes.