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BigToeBotany   on Nov 2, 2019
replied to What MTB trend do you want reversed?
 
"freeriding" it used to just be in a few videos or whatever where someone is just riding down an untracked mountain or rock slide. Now there are bikes specially designed and marketed...
I don't think that the Forest Service will follow suit necessarily. Individual National Forests have a ton of autonomy. If a Forest is recreation-centric like the Bridger-Teton, White River, or Coconino then it's more likely that ebikes will be allowed. But a Forest like the Shoshone that is 80% Designated Wilderness or the Black Hills…
Thanks for the article Matt. Can you link the letter your reference from the outdoor advocacy groups about ebikes on Forest Service land? I'm curious as to why they were using the Wilderness Act to make a point about ebikes. Bikes in Wilderness and ebikes in National Forests are 2 very different issues. Or an…
Different Departments. The US Forest Service is in the Department of Agriculture. This order only applies to BLM and Park Service lands which are in the Department of the Interior
BigToeBotany   on Mar 21, 2019
replied to Looking for Beginner Trails in Denver
 
There's a series of good beginner trails at Bear Creek State Park on the west end of the Denver area. REI also has a good app called MTB project which shows a map...
BigToeBotany   on Mar 6, 2019
started a topic: What upgrades with $500
 
Hi all, so I just got a $500 performance bonus from my job and I'm looking for advice/experience with upgrades in the neighborhood of $500 for my 2016 Rocky Mountain instinct 950...
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