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e-bike on state land survey

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HillHound:
I think the only application I would support for use in areas closed to motorize vehicles  is if itís for handicap access. It definitely gives people an advantage much like a crossbow does during archery season So they should only be allowed in closed areas when that person shows that they have a medical reason to need that advantage

pianoman9701:
I don't have an e-bike so no one should have one!

Just kidding. I don't care if someone uses an e-bike. Took the survey - allow them all.

CP:
We need less restrictions on public land, not more.  There is no reason to ban ebikes.  What do they hurt?  Who do they harm?  Why does anyone care how hard it is to peddle a bicycle?

 


KFhunter:
Plenty of ORV trails for handicap to ride, with their ORV stickered ebike.

KFhunter:

--- Quote from: CP on April 25, 2022, 09:37:34 AM ---We need less restrictions on public land, not more.  There is no reason to ban ebikes.  What do they hurt?  Who do they harm?  Why does anyone care how hard it is to peddle a bicycle?

--- End quote ---

This is just the beginning, ebikes are flooding the market and soon, they'll want to convert existing motorized trail systems to non-motorized, but ebike accessible.

Tbey should have to get ORV stickers and be plugged in as motorized vehicles (which they are) and get rid of all these stupid and often violated classes of ebikes.  If its got a battery and electric motor, ORV it!

This will ensure all these trail systems stay open to ORV activites and will provide a boost of much needed revenue to keep them maintained and open. 

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