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    Quote Originally Posted by Empty_Beer View Post
    You should probably split them with Amy M. One each
    Haha true. She should get half the credit.

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    How one land manager addressed all bikes losing access due to ebikes. Hopefully other land managers have a similar line of thinking, since I don't see anyway to stop the consumption and use of ebikes.

    New signage at Auburn - No E-Bikes-tracy-ridge-ea.jpg

    http://www.pawild.org/pdfs/TracyRidg...kingEA1216.pdf

    One additional thought is because ebikes aren't allowed on most non-motorized trails (which I'm fine with but don't trust the end users to comply), the ebike industry has less reason to invest in trail use/consumer education, since their consumers are not allowed on trails that will typically see pedestrians, equestrians and mountain bikers.

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    Limited power e-bikes will be regulated differently than motorized bicycles. Not the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe View Post
    Limited power e-bikes will be regulated differently than motorized bicycles. Not the same thing.
    And regulated differently than Bicycles, they are also not the same thing.
    All out of S**** and down to my last F***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empty_Beer View Post
    How one land manager addressed all bikes losing access due to ebikes. Hopefully other land managers have a similar line of thinking, since I don't see anyway to stop the consumption and use of ebikes.

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    http://www.pawild.org/pdfs/TracyRidg...kingEA1216.pdf

    One additional thought is because ebikes aren't allowed on most non-motorized trails (which I'm fine with but don't trust the end users to comply), the ebike industry has less reason to invest in trail use/consumer education, since their consumers are not allowed on trails that will typically see pedestrians, equestrians and mountain bikers.
    But sooner or later it WILL happen.



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