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Oct. 2, 2020, 1:27 p.m. -  Pnwpedal

Exactly... Now trails that saw only a limited number of riders and a limited number of laps will see the addition of a new group of riders, hitting even more laps, with each lap causing more wear than a regular MTB (by nature of riding style due to bike weight). At a privately owned bike park or other private property with permission, no big deal. On public land where MTB use is already restricted and can easily be further restricted or outlawed entirely... Potentially a very big deal. As RC said regarding the impact of electric motorized bicycles, "We have nowhere to go but down in the trail use food chain" \[paraphrased\].

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