t-bone wrote:I am rather amazed at the negative response I have got for trying to start things. How does anything get done? I am a master carpenter and have taken the time to make my home town (Honesdale) a great place to ride and plan to do the same here
Pittsburgh is on the verge of becoming a haven for people that love the out doors. We have some of the best intercity single track in the nation. We have been written up as one of the best cites for people who love the outdoors. And again I love what ptag does and like I said I am going to talk to Nancy. Because of my work I donâ€™t have the chance to work with them. So I am going to do what can to do to make my city a better place to live.
The last thing we need to do is to turn a blind eye to the problems. The city will not ignore a well thought plan to stop erosion, let alone shut down a trail just spite us. Together we do have a rather large say.
By confronting issues that the city brings up in advance is the key to working with them. There is extensive erosion control in Shenely Park. Because this is a main concern we should take a forward stance on it which will make it a nonissue
We should also try to head off the liability issue clearly marking the trails and the freeride stunts with a system to tell people the skill level needed to complete them.
There is no reason not to try.
So if you have nothing good to say then donâ€™t. But there is anyone on this board who wants to help shape the future of there city please chime in.
hey you can't phrases like that in a mountain bike forum...what's wrong with you. lolt-bone wrote:Wow there were a lot of non sequiturs in my last post.
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