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Re: “Fighting for Their Right to Bike

Conflicts between bikers and other park users are rare, and I say that as a runner, but this anti-WW group really amounts to a political temper tantrum. We all enjoy the parks and we'll figure out hwo to use the new land in a way that's fair to everyone. I showed up to an EBRPD meeting about a year ago because I didn't think Selby should be opened to bikes and I was impressed that there was a bike advocacy group - the Bicycle Trails Council, which in this article wisely points out that no land means no trails. In the specific case of Selby I disagreed with the group and its representative, but he was prepared with facts and as I recall at that meeting other trails were opened for consideration. A yes on WW is good for mountain bikers and everyone else.

Posted by Michael Caton on 10/30/2008 at 2:48 PM

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