This document serves as the GFT Park Rules and Regulations. This document contains PROPRIETARY DATA of Brevard Mountain Bike Association (BMBA). The data disclosed in this document was originated by BMBA and is to be utilized for the specific purpose for which it was developed. BMBA reserves the right to change the information contained in this document without advance notice. If you are unsure of something or require coordination with BMBA please contact info [ at ] ridebmba.org.
Events are allowed without BMBA coordination unless one or more of the following is true. If one or more of the following is true the event must be approved through BMBA and may require donation. It is recommended that all events be registered with BMBA to avoid conflicts.
The event totals more than 15 people.
Any type of commercial cooking equipment is planning to be used.
The event is catered.
The event has vendors of any kind.
The desired activity or special event is something other than what the park provides facilities for.
Consumption of food and beverages is permitted only within park areas.
Commercial vending and solicitation are prohibited.
Littering is subject to fine at the discretion of BMBA.
Class 1 Pedal-assist bicycles are allowed on our trails, or wherever normal bicycles are allowed, if they meet the following requirements:
Has 2 or 3 wheels.
Has a saddle and fully operable pedals for human-only propulsion.
Has an electric motor that is:
750 watts or less,
incapable of propelling faster than 20 miles per hour,
not engaged by a throttle, button, or other non-pedal driven device,
incapable of further increasing the speed of the device when human power alone is used to propel the vehicle at a speed of more than 20 miles per hour, and
disengages or ceases to function when the vehicles brakes are applied.
Vehicles and Uses that are not allowed on our trails:
Class 2, Class 3, or Throttled e-bikes.
Motorized foot scooters.
Motorized vehicles, such as all-terrain vehicles, off-highway motorcycles, or off-highway vehicles.
Electric Personal Assisted Mobility Devices (EPAMD) or ANY fully motorized vehicles such as segways, one-wheels, hoverboards, etc.
Any vehicle that is larger than half of the width of the trail treadway.
Other rules and regulations as explained by park personnel will be complied with.