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Hopefully people can add places to send input supporting bike access to this thread.

I sent email supporting bike access to both of these agencies today. It only takes a minute, please send an email if you can.

US Forest Service
Pacific Southwest Region
Mountain Bicycle Planning


Website: http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/mountainbikes/
Send an email to: [email protected]

California Recreational Trails Committee

Website: http://www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=22498
Send an email to: [email protected]

********* The mail I sent

I support reasonable mountain bike access

Greetings,

I'm an avid trail user, I hike and mountain bike and my wife rides horses.

I support having a reasonable amount of good single track trails open for mountain biking.

I think too many trails are off limits to mountain biking, and mountain bikers are all too often left out of new areas being opened up.

Sincerely,
 

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What specific areas does "Pacific Southwest Region" this cover?

What specific issues (beyond us just saying we want decent access) are happening now in this region that we should be mentioning?
 

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singlespeed.org said:
What specific areas does "Pacific Southwest Region" this cover?...
The Pacific Southwest Region of the Forest Service is basically California. A small portion of some California NF's (Inyo, Lake Tahoe Basin, Klamath) extend into Nevada and Oregon a short distance, but are still part the Pacific Southwest Region. Likewise, a small portion of Siskiyou NF in Oregon stretches into CA, and a portion of the Toiyabe NF of NV lies in CA, but they are in other Regions.
 
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