I enjoyed Molly Absolon’s article in the September 15th edition of the Arvada Press about electric mountain bikes on trails.
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I enjoyed Molly Absolon’s article in the September 15th edition of the Arvada Press about electric mountain bikes on trails. It was a well-balanced and well-written article, and the results of the research from the International Mountain Bike Association were interesting. The one outstanding question I have is: does the availability of electric mountain bikes increase the total number of riders on the trails? If so, the increase in riders may have an impact. Have there been any studies that show if ridership increases and if there are any subsequent impacts as a result?Paul Heller, Arvada
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