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Judge orders Park Service to conduct environmental study on e-MTB impact

U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras’ opinion last week was in response to a lawsuit filed by the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) and a coalition of conservation groups in 2019 against the National Park Service for allowing e-bikes on non-motorized ...

Park Service Disbands E-Bike Advisory Group Over Secret Lobbying Concerns

by Bicycle Retailer and Industry News | December 19, 2019
“WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The National Park Service, facing a lawsuit from conservation groups for allowing e-bikes on non-motorized trails, disbanded a bike-industry group that has been accused of secret lobbying for that access. The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility ...

National Park Service Disbands E-Bike Advisory Group Following Secret Lobbying Concerns

“WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The National Park Service, facing a lawsuit from conservation groups for allowing e-bikes on non-motorized trails, disbanded a bike-industry group that has been accused of secret lobbying for that access. The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility ...

Group Files Lawsuit Against Park Service for Allowing E-Bikes on Non-Motorized Trails

by Bicycle Retailer and Industry News | December 9, 2019
“WASHINGTON, D.C. (BRAIN) — The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and a coalition of conservation groups are the primary plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the National Park Service for allowing e-bikes on non-motorized trails. Peer charges that Interior Secretary ...