Should Electric Bikes Be Allowed on Hiking Trails?

Nobody loves electric bikes more than I do. That said, as the market for them grows, their designs are starting to get a little bit overpowered. Dual motors, wattages over 10kw and other such developments are turning them into what amounts to quasi-legal stealth motorcycles.

This may be fine if they’re used in the city and mingle with traffic. But what about places intended…

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