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Hey guys,
I need your help! The Forest Service is having upcoming meeting on what to do with the local forests for the next 15 years. Some famous trails (Monarch Crest, Buffalo Creek) are included. I hear there is a large movement to make these Wilderness areas, which means NO BIKES:nono: :nono:

Please send an email ([email protected]) to show your support.

T'hanks,
Chris

A series of important public meetings in January and February will help determine the future of some of Colorado's best mountain biking trails. Mountain bikers are encouraged to attend these meetings and request our continued access to epic rides like the Monarch Crest Trail, Buffalo Creek, sections of the Colorado and Continental Divide Trails, and numerous trails near Colorado Springs, Salida, Leadville, and Pueblo.

The Pike and San Isabel (PSI) National Forests are revising their management plan, which will determine how forest lands and trails will be managed for the next 15-20 years. The PSI is also undergoing separate planning to determine which trails will be open to OHV use. Both planning processes will be addressed at the public meetings.

Let the Forest Service know that mountain bikers care about protecting the environment and responsible recreation. Your attendance is crucial to help preserve access to our favorite trails.

For more information, visit the Forest Plan revision website. http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/
 
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