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PUBLISHED: November 27, 2018 at 5:36 pm | UPDATED: November 27, 2018
A Marin County bicycling organization says the time has come for Point Reyes National Seashore to give local cyclists more access to its public lands. In response, a local equestrian group is calling on its own supporters to ask the park to take a more cautious approach.
Tom Boss, the events and off-road director for the Marin County Bicycle Coalition, said the group is calling for recreational enhancements that stand to get bicycles off roadways in the national seashore and nearby Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
“Our requests pertain to ranch roads through only non-wilderness areas of the park,” Boss wrote in an email Tuesday.
Fairfax resident Rick Holland, president of the Marin Horse Council, says his group is not opposed to project requests from the coalition, but said that they need to be examined on a case-by-case basis...
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