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As stated above they are not legal on any singletrack and most bike paths. Plenty of real bikes to rent and Keystone has one of the largest downhill parks in the country if you don't want to pedal.
 

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The above posts are from people who hate ebikes.

There is plenty of eMTB riding near Breckenridge.

Class 1 (any eMTB you would actully want to ride) eBikes are legal on the paved paths in Summit: E-Bike Use on the Recpath | Summit County, CO - Official Website

The Golden Horseshoe trail system off Tiger Road just north of Breck is open to ebikes (and motos and some trails are ATV friendly.) About 11 miles of trail.

http://www.dillonrangerdistrict.com/trails/Golden_Horseshoe_Motorized_TS.pdf

There are tons of ebike legal 4x4 trails/roads around Breck. Many are still closed due to snow/mud at this time, but at least some should be open by early July.

http://www.dillonrangerdistrict.com/ohv_road_status.pdf
https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd621543.pdf

I do not know of rentals, but I'm guessing some shop must rent up there. If you are passing through Denver, rent in Golden from Golden Bike Shop or Commencal and take the bike up.
 

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As stated above they are not legal on any singletrack and most bike paths. Plenty of real bikes to rent and Keystone has one of the largest downhill parks in the country if you don't want to pedal.
Comparing eMTB trail riding with DH runs at a bike park shows that you know nothing about eMTB riding.

Go ride an eMTB on a trail for an hour someday and get back to us.
 
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