Thursday, August 30, 2012

The East Bay: Anti-Mountain Bike Stance Relegates Riders to Doubletrack


If I have ever ridden in an area that is less friendly to mountain bikes than the East Bay, I don’t remember it. I’ve been to places where there just isn’t any green space or hills, or there just aren’t really any trails in those hills to ride. But neither of those is the case in the East Bay. And it’s not like the trails that are there would be too difficult for mountain bikes to ride–many of them looked immaculately groomed and butter-smooth. Finally, it’s not like these areas are even designated Wilderness or National Parks, two areas that have been historically closed to mountain bikes

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