in answer to your question kay...
"For myself, the most interesting data were the tallies of informal trails (ie non-IMBA, non-MUP, non-COT) in 'good' versus 'degraded' condition. For the central Don, I believe it was 80+ km in good, 19 odd km degraded. Although the authors of the report seem to be either unwilling or unable to recognize the effort that resulted in 80+ km of non-IMBA trails in 'good' condition as any kind of positive achievement, I certainly don't share that view. The numbers tell the tale here. That's a very impressive result.
The report gives cause for some concern about Dr. Quads."
the main thing from this strategy that i got from it is that we have to support the protection/creation of indigenous habitat (in general terms). mtb flow trails are a integral part of these zones and the community.
vote and support members in the community who hold a similar view as yourself and you will be pleasantly surprised what happens...
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