Steve DGranny Gear

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Throb - I agree with your comments. E-bikers surely need trails built to suit faster, motorized traffic. The disabled parking analogy is a good one.
I missed the mention of e-bikes in the Bill of Rights, but your comment was an incredible contribution to the scope of the article.
As it is with many things in life, it's not what it is but what it may (will) become. I'm 63 and as sympathetic as anyone about the desires of those whose age or infirmities might prohibit them from enjoying riding trails. However, I suspect that number of people in that demographic will quickly be…
“Dear XXXX bike company. We would like your opinion of the NRA/AR-15 situation. We know you have nothing to do with guns, but you do manufacture bikes for children, correct? Don’t you think all children have a right to grow up and ride bikes as adults? Will you publicly denounce the manufacture of weapons that,…
I wonder what (insert your favorite bike company) thinks about the NRA or AR type weapons. It doesn’t matter if there is a connection or not. How can YOU do business personally with ANY company that doesn’t denounce the NRA? It’s ALL about the guns, right? Who needs AR’s besides cops and soldiers anyway? Who…
Steve D   on Oct 20, 2016
commented on Opinion: The Anti-Fat Biking Manifesto
 
I assume that most of the article was written tongue-in-cheek. It takes fewer layers of clothing to ride in the winter than it does to walk to the car in the parking lot. Winter fat bike racing is becoming wildly popular. My son and I entered a race in Minnesota where it was -9 degrees…
 
Owning a fat bike takes away most excuses for not getting out in the winter. My son and I look forward to the moderate snowfalls that keep most people and their cars off of the streets after dark. The side streets are usually abandoned and the best fun is had while it's still snowing before…
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