I am very conflicted on e-bikes, like many. I'm closing on 50 and already not able to do the longer rides I used to. At what point will I not want, but need an e-bike to keep doing meaningful rides? The fact is that they are here and they are only going to become a larger portion of the mountain bikes on our trails. I foresee a time when it will be hard to find a high end MTB that is not an e-bike. We need to focus on how we can make this work even if we don't like it. The community can not afford to splinter into waring factions. That is the real threat to trail access IMHO.
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