Your Help is Needed to Protect Bike Access in Southern California's National Forests
ALERT! Mountain bikers stand to lose treasured backcountry riding experiences in Southern California's national forests.
In the four Southern California national forests: Los Padres, Angeles, San Bernardino and Cleveland the USFS is currently planning for management of their backcountry lands. In order to maximize riding opportunities and not lose mountain bike access to trails, it is imperative that you ask the USFS to use a “Back-country Non-Motorized” designation.
The plans for these forests will decide where mountain bikes are allowed and where we are banned. Their current proposals include “Recommended Wilderness” (banned) and “Backcountry Non-Motorized” (allowed) designations.
In several previous decisions, the USFS decided to manage Recommended Wilderness as if it were congressionally designated Wilderness. IMBA strongly objects to this policy.
IMBA needs your help to maximize the riding opportunities in these great forests.
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