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Code of Federal Regulations Title 36. Parks, Forests, and Public Property § 36.13.914 Bicycle use

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The use of a bicycle is prohibited—

(a) On the Savage River Loop Trail;  the Savage Cabin Trail;  the Triple Lakes Trail;  the McKinley Bar Trail;  and the Eielson Area Trails;  and

(b) Within the Frontcountry Developed Area as defined by § 13.970 except on park roads, road shoulders, and in public parking areas, or on trails and areas designated for bicycle use by the Superintendent. A map of the designated trails and areas open to bicycle use is available for inspection at the park visitor center and on the park Web site.

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