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Trail Moments | Adventure for All: Advocating for Accessible Outdoor Spaces
May 04, 2023
People with disabilities also like a spectrum of experiences and—especially with all this new technology—are capable of a wide variety.
Quinn Brett | Photo by Jimmy McAllan
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Exploring America’s E-Bike Evolution
May 04, 2023
Now it’s younger families, maybe zero-car families that are using cargo e-bikes as a car replacement or commuters trying to get from A to B in the most efficient way they can.
Photo by Stephen Matera
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#TrailMoments with Albert Ting (@pootie_ting)
October 06, 2022
For me, the positive impact that going car-free has on air quality, reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions and decreasing traffic congestion far outweighs the benefits of owning a car.
Photo courtesy Albert Ting
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Trail Moments | A Journey Along the Anacostia River Trail
September 29, 2022
As a longtime resident of Hyattsville, Maryland, I watched as the Anacostia River Trail (ART) was expanded and finally completed. It meanders along the Anacostia River from Bladensburg, Maryland, to D.C.’s Wharf area, about 12 miles one way. This is my favorite local trail—and it’s only 2 miles from my house!
Washington, D.C.'s Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge | Photo by James Heilig
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Swap Out a Car Trip for a Trail Trip With These Tips and Tricks
August 31, 2022
Team Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) is embarking on an eight-week “Swap-a-Trip” challenge while getting the physical and mental health benefits to boot.
Along the Great Rivers Greenway trail network in St. Louis, Missouri | Photo courtesy Great Rivers Greenway
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Trail Moments | Swapping a Car for a Bike? Here’s What I Learned.
July 07, 2022
I decided to purchase my own e-bike and conquer my own fears of biking in the city. That was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Biking in D.C.'s Rock Creek Park | Photo by Hayden Duncan, courtesy Victoria Yuen
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Slow Down and Enjoy the Trail With These E-bike Tales and Tips from IZIP
April 14, 2022
IZIP eBikes integrate some of the most efficient, state-of-the art, mid-drive and hub-drive electric motor systems which include a drive unit, battery pack, display and user interface.
Photos courtesy IZIP
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How My Electric Bike Helped Me Heal
March 30, 2022
In early January, I suffered a broken tibia and fibula in my right leg from a nasty fall while skiing. Two months after breaking my leg and undergoing surgery, I’m more comfortable riding my e-bike than walking to get around.
Courtesy PeopleForBikes
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Seattle E-Bike Pilot Program Promotes Safe Shared Use on Local Trails
October 07, 2020
Seattle often sees the first waves of new technology, and recently, that tech has made its way onto the city’s trails in the form of e-bikes, e-scooters, hoverboards, solo wheels and more.
Seattle Parks and Recreation staff gathered data on nearly 10,000 trail users over the course of 25 intercept studies on five local trails for the city's e-bike pilot program. | Courtesy Seattle Parks and Recreation
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Micromobility Devices on Multiuse Trails
August 28, 2019
Regarding micromobility devices on trails, RTC’s recommendations seek to promote greater trail use, including increased diversity of trail users.