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    Use Strava? Please watch this:

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    Please think about what you are doing.

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    Long time lurker, first time poster. As my first post, this probably doesn't carry much weight, but:

    Be careful of what you post. This is a public site which may be used to fuel their argument. Calling the Parks director a b**** isn't going to help anybody.

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    Use Strava? Please watch this:

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    Harsh.
    Seems like the board is more into enforcement than conflict resolution like OPENING UP MORE TRAILS TO BIKES.
    You know Linda, like sharing, EVENLY!
    Fer chris sakes now there goin to start taking bikes again?
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    Use illegal trails and post times to Strava?

    Use illegal trails and post times to Strava?
    You are an idiot!

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    Use Strava? Please watch this:

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    Use illegal trails and post times to Strava?
    You are an idiot!
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    Ya got that right.
    Cue angry villagers with pitchforks and FIRE!!
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    Use Strava? Please watch this:

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    Ya got that right.
    Cue angry villagers with pitchforks and FIRE!!
    It feels like a bad dream. There goes the locals only benefit of lack of enforcement. I've been saying this for ages, one day the clampdown will come. Looks like its ON.

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    its not just the illegal trails, its posting 25+ mph on the legal trails, keep all your tracks private.

    Lets have some mtbers at the meeting on the 23rd too, its going to be a zoo with all the cows, pigs and horses there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weenis View Post

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    Google search John Parulis: That dude's a full-on 9/11 Truther lunatic--and more than a little obsessed with mountain bikers. Another Vandeman in the making...
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    Nobody out in the woods is going to lose their bike. Confiscations, if any, will happen some place near vehicles. You think those lazy muffakkas wanna carry a bike a few miles?
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    But front wheels aren't very heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weenis View Post
    But front wheels aren't very heavy.
    Mine weights around 80lbs with me on the bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weenis View Post
    Long time lurker, first time poster. As my first post, this probably doesn't carry much weight, but:

    Be careful of what you post. This is a public site which may be used to fuel their argument. Calling the Parks director a b**** isn't going to help anybody.

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    That was me. It ain't gonna change anything. She clearly is looking for ways to go overboard with this. Seriously, look at how we are getting screwed. First, they were looking for our help to get the bond measure passed, and the first thing she did once it did, was to increase fines and hire more rangers to issue tickets.

    So, what should we call her? Cyclists' best friend? Frankly, this is making the East bay look like a cyclist dream in comparison...
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    Could someone please post where it says they have authority to confiscate, and by what means can they do this? Iím not being a d*ck , I am interested in the extent of their authority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzkil View Post
    Could someone please post where it says they have authority to confiscate, and by what means can they do this? Iím not being a d*ck , I am interested in the extent of their authority.
    nevermind, I found it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzkil View Post
    If Dahl is going to propose confiscation as the punishment for violation of county rules, then she should apply that policy equally amongst all user groups. Use all of those extra rangers and funds to crack down on all users.

    02.02.110 - Sanitation.

    No person using district lands shall do any of the following:

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    Urinate or defecate, or permit dogs or other domestic animals, including horses, to urinate or defecate, within fifty feet of any entrance to district lands, nor within one hundred feet of any water source, including wells, creeks and streams;


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    02.01.080 - Impoundment.

    The district may impound any animal, property or equipment found to be in violation of these regulations. Items shall be disposed of in accordance with Section 5561.5 of the California Public Resources Code and adopted procedures.

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    Part of me misses living in Cali but the other part of me is so glad we do not have to deal with half the crap here in NC and we have incredible trails without any speed limits.

    Irresponsible parents buy their kids bike and protective armor and tell their kids to have fun?

    Haha what a hoot.

    No, irresponsible parents buy their kids a bike and NO armor and tell their kids to have fun.

    Maybe she thinks responsible parenting is sticking them in front of an Xbox.

    I will agree, if you are hitting illegal trails and breaking laws, keep your Strava to yourself.
    It will only fuel their fire and give them more leverage to pass laws. Also just because you use a fake name, it doesn't mean they can not trace it back to you. If you use a smart phone it will be real easy and even if you don't, you still upload it using an IP. However, I am sure a very small percentage if any of those riders on the the trail she took her hybrid on and so elaborately painted a picture of bikers almost killing her, knocking old people down and running over children were actually using Strava.
    Just stick it in granny and start grinding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zorg View Post
    That was me. It ain't gonna change anything. She clearly is looking for ways to go overboard with this. Seriously, look at how we are getting screwed. First, they were looking for our help to get the bond measure passed, and the first thing she did once it did, was to increase fines and hire more rangers to issue tickets.

    So, what should we call her? Cyclists' best friend? Frankly, this is making the East bay look like a cyclist dream in comparison...

    I apologize. I'd like to become part of this community, and pissing off one of the top posters isn't a good to start. I'm sorry.

    I just wanted to point out that both sides of the debate are watching these threads, just like they're watching Strava. The MTB opponents may use our words as ammo to sway the decision makers.



    Would be funny if you changed that post to talk about John Parulius though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey Simon View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    Part of me misses living in Cali but the other part of me is so glad we do not have to deal with half the crap here in NC and we have incredible trails without any speed limits.

    Irresponsible parents buy their kids bike and protective armor and tell their kids to have fun?

    Haha what a hoot.

    No, irresponsible parents buy their kids a bike and NO armor and tell their kids to have fun.

    Maybe she thinks responsible parenting is sticking them in front of an Xbox.

    I will agree, if you are hitting illegal trails and breaking laws, keep your Strava to yourself.
    It will only fuel their fire and give them more leverage to pass laws. Also just because you use a fake name, it doesn't mean they can not trace it back to you. If you use a smart phone it will be real easy and even if you don't, you still upload it using an IP. However, I am sure a very small percentage if any of those riders on the the trail she took her hybrid on and so elaborately painted a picture of bikers almost killing her, knocking old people down and running over children were actually using Strava.

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    I'm not the legal type, but could someone please explain to me how open space has the authority to confiscate a $5,000+ bicycle and 'dispose' of it appropriately. Aside from being an insane policy, I'd have to imagine there is some federal or state statute against this.

    As per the licensing of bicycles, that power is relegated to the state, so Open Space could not enforce something like that as far as I know.

    I have to say this really feels like a slap in the face after mtber's supported measure A. The fact that they are looking to hire new rangers to sit in their truck at the bottom of trails and stake out mtber's (I've seen them at the bottom of Big Tree's sitting in their truck doing nothing way too often lately) is mind boggling to me.

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