Ross: eBikes on hiking trails distract from the real goal, getting back to nature

I heard on Jason Rantz show, on our sister station KTTH, that state wildlife officials are gathering data on how the state should regulate the use of E bikes on hiking trails. Jason himself isn’t a big fan of eBikes, but he takes a libertarian approach.

“I think these eBikes are dangerous, but I don’t have a problem with them,” Rantz, said. “So long as you’re not dangerous around me. Thank you.”

He also thinks the idea of trying to regulate these things on hiking trails is absurd. Because the state’s been telling us to go outside, get exercise, and avoid the virus. Then when people follow that advice,

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