Traditional cyclists, e-bikers clash over new trail rules
May 17, 2020
DENVER (AP) — After a couple days of hard hiking last fall, Tim Brass thought it was time to track down a motor. He was bowhunting in a trophy unit near Creede, and plenty of other hunters were using a motorized trail for swift access.
His friend offered an e-bike. Brass got his elk.
"Best hunting experience of my life. And that tool made it a lot easier to get the elk out of there, I'll tell you that. It made it bearable, for sure," said the Colorado policy director for the 40,000-member Backcountry Hunters and Anglers group.
But that pedal-assisted hunt wasn't enough to flip Brass in...