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Old 09-06-2013, 06:54 PM   #90
slowerthanu
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Originally Posted by theGrinch View Post
Californians (most not all) have this feeling of entitlement when it comes to there sport or outdoor activity and they blindly go out there and say its theirs. What they don'y realize is all the trails would just get overgrown if we all stopped using them. People in California just don't know how to share, its gimme gimme gimme.

I stop on trails for hikers and MTBs most of them don't or they give me a attitude like "what are you doing here" some actually say it out loud and try to confront me. I just blow them off and say "its a free country" and ride along my merry way.


smart hikers and mtbs would realize who clears and maintains the trails, (dirt bikers carrying chain saws). most all trails were cut by dirt bikers back in the day.
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