Trail ethics education.

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Re: Trail ethics education.

Postby Seth » Mon Sep 03, 2007 1:09 pm

I took this test a couple of months ago and I learned a lot. Especially being fairly new then to off-roading on trails, you start to understand the ethical ways to handle the trails. I highly recommend taking this course. :)
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Re: Trail ethics education.

Postby flyin6 » Tue Sep 04, 2007 5:37 am

Over the years I see more and more off road places closed because of just a couple out of control wheelers. And not just parks or public land, but farms and private land as well. We could someday soon run out of great places to wheel and enjoy our sport in pristine natural settings. I think about how I used to like loud exhaust, for example. Now days, I go quiet so as not to offend others or scare farm or wild life. We all need to be concious of how we affect the trails, and of how the public at large percieves us.
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