Hop On E-bikes To Explore Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater And Scenic Thurston County With Ease

Lori Barney (pictured) says during retirement she and her spouse Jay enjoy riding their class 1 e-bikes on the Chehalis Western Trail. The e-bike battery helps them comfortably bike farther and for longer periods, plus they can tackle hills more easily.
Credit: Photo courtesy: Jay and Lori Barney
A man stands in front of a large collection of e-bikes at Trek Bicycle in Olympia.
Alan Paxton (pictured) of Trek Bicycle Olympia West says choose the e-bike that fits your riding plans in urban and rural areas. Test ride an e-bike to help find the right model.
Credit: Photo credit: Nancy Krier

An Overview of E-Bike Basics Before You Head Out

A picture taken at Percival Landing at the Port of Olympia with sailboat masts and the Capitol Building in the background.
When e-biking urban areas in Thurston County, take a break on Percival Landing on Budd Bay in Olympia where you can see the State Capitol in the distance. E-biking lets you explore area points of interest while keeping you healthy and active.
Credit: Photo credit: Nancy Krier

Points of Interest in Planning Your E-Bike Rides in Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater and Thurston County

A person on an e-bike rides through the forested trails along Capitol State Forest's northern slope.
Some areas such as the Capitol State Forest North Slope permit e-bikes only on certain trails. Make sure you check before you hop on your e-bike.
Credit: Photo courtesy: Friends of Capitol Forest

You Will Love E-Biking in Thurston County