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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by sublime_mx_311, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. sublime_mx_311

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    #1 -   Nov 7, 2005

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    I voted towards offroaders. Thers no point in protecting the land, if you can't play on it.
     
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    i am suprised the majority voted for ohv's
     
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    Anyone else like how they worded the question? What a joke.
     
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    PatBranch Turbo Monkey

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    It wasn't the best way to say it.
     
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    It is if you're trying to dissuade people from voting for the 'froaders
     
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    I should have said what I was thinking:

    -Yes, all-terrain vehicles and motorized bikes are major sources of environmental damage.

    But they can't cause damage if they stay out of off limit environmental places like sancutuaries. I think much less damage will be caused if they play in designated parks, backcountry areas that aren't criticaly protecting animals or resources, etc.and stay on trails/roads through places like parks.

    -No, off-roaders should be able to enjoy all areas of forests and grasslands.

    I don't exactly think they should be able to go anywhere, they should just stay out of environmental areas such as animal sanctuaries, etc.

    I do support offroaders, I just think the poll is kind of weird and grey.
    The whole issue is complicated and grey.

    Thats is just MY opinion.
     
    #7 -   Nov 7, 2005