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September 15, 2008

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Allen Muchnick

Is anyone writing to the park superintendent to protest the relatively high fee per bicyclist?

Avocado

I can't believe it costs more for bikers. That's just sleasy.

Kfc

Not only is it ridiculous to charge cyclists an entrance fee, the long road leading to the entrance of the park is anything but bicycle or pedestrian friendly. Pedestrians and people on human powered machines should be given free access to the park. A shared use entrance trail (walkers, joggers & cyclists) should be installed, and at least half of the enormous parking lot within the park should be given back to nature.

David

That is very odd. I wonder if it's because bikes can wear down the trails more? Anyway, at least you rode there instead of driving there. Good for you and stay slim!

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