Redhawk danielsapp's article
Nov 26, 2019 at 16:47Nov 26, 2019
U.S. Forest Service Sued Over Decision to Allow eMTBs in Tahoe National Forest
You are assuming that what WELC alleges on behalf of the plaintiffs is correct, LA-Law. It may or may not be. We will see if the Forest Service (not the "Parks Service") mounts a defense of its action as not falling under either NEPA, APA or Travel Management or if it does not and we return to the status quo ante awaiting the next move.
Redhawk briceshirbach's article
Oct 23, 2019 at 6:24Oct 23, 2019
Local Flavours: The Complete Guide to Riding in Brevard, NC
@FloridaHasMTBToo: A lot of Bent Creek as well.
Redhawk FiveTen's article
Mar 8, 2018 at 16:06Mar 8, 2018
Five Ten Pays Tribute to 4 Women Making a Difference
Remember the trail workers, too! Keepin' 'em nice for ya' to enjoy.
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Mar 4, 2018 at 10:15Mar 4, 2018
Redhawk vernonfelton's article
Dec 14, 2017 at 10:36Dec 14, 2017
IMBA Opposes Bill to Allow Mountain Bikes in Wilderness
But this is not consistent with ANY facts. You can read the text of McClintock's House bill that passed out of committee yesterday (H.R. 1349). It only permits land managers to allow non-motorized bikes, strollers, wheelchairs and wheelbarrows on Wilderness deemed appropriate for it. It in no way advances any extractionist interests. There is no bill currently in the Senate (in which Mike Lee represents Utah). Last year's Senate bill was similar in that it was narrowly focused on reversing the blanket ban and restoring bicycle management to the original and '81-'84 rules.