don't move for trees
who would like to go? not to difficult intermediat+, but definatly need to know how to ride. i'm on call for work, so lets try and get a couple dates worked out.
That's a lot of irony and contradiction in one post. The first paragraph assumes some sort of long term harm based on nothing more than the assumption of an inevitable lawsuit......not a reasonable assumption at all I'd argue. Please don't get into the habit of substantiating that crap. That hurts the cause more than anything when your willing to concede that yes, someone WILL get sued. I've broken all kinds of bones mountain biking and skateboarding and have never even spoken to a lawyer on professional terms. Most people are this way.wolfy said:Trails built w/o permission are a pretty big liability to a land manager. In the long term It doesn't do mountain bikers any real service. It'll just cause more restrictions.
There has to be a way though. Those skateboard parks work. Which amazes me. I've yet to see a helmet at one of those places (just driving by). Perhapse if gone through the proper channels something like that could be built for freeriding...