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    Examples of Kiosk Disclaimers?

    Hi,

    We are developing a trail within a metro area park and I need some examples of info typically found on the trailhead kiosk.

    I'd also like examples of the specific wording for liability dislaimers such as ride at your own risk etc.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sick4surf
    Hi,

    We are developing a trail within a metro area park and I need some examples of info typically found on the trailhead kiosk.

    I'd also like examples of the specific wording for liability dislaimers such as ride at your own risk etc.

    Thanks
    for the liability part, you'll want to consult with a lawyer who is familiar with your state's laws. If you ask around, you should be able to find a cycling or rec oriented lawyer who will review your documents gratis as a commnunity service.

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    There are a couple examples on the IMBA site:
    http://www.imba.com/resources/trail_...ride_park.html
    http://www.imba.com/resources/freeri...anagement.html
    http://www.imba.com/international/sl...s/wales02.html
    http://www.imba.com/international/sl...s/wales18.html
    http://www.imba.com/international/sl...cotland16.html

    I have a couple others that are too big to post. I'll email them to you.

    If you collect other examples, please email them to me for the IMBA webiste!

    Thanks, Pete

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    Thanks!

    That's a great starting point...after we get the parks law dept to ok our final draft...I'll send you a pic for the IMBA site

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    I saw a great sign this summer on the Flume Trail at Lake Tahoe. It was in a Nevada State Park, and explained very succinctly why it was a good idea to wear a helmet. In no nonsense language, it explained how much force (or how little) it took to cause head injuries, and how those forces were easily generated in a fall from a bicycle. I'm sure if you contact Nevada State parks you could get the info.

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