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How Much Do You Love The Germans?
#1
Hello,

There is a state in the south west of Germany called Baden-Wuerttemberg. You have probably heard of the Black Forest, that's in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Sadly, shredding Black Forest Gnar is currently forbidden as there is a bizarre law stating that Mountain Bikes must stick to paths of wider than 2m. This obviously rules out any sweet singletrack and sucks.

A movement is underway to try to turn this law over so that MTBers can ride as we do in the UK, a petition has been set up but 50,000 signatures are required. They're already half way there, but need more support.

Show how much you love the Germans by going to;

https://www.openpetition.de/petition/onl...erttemberg

This is a German website, if you're on chrome browser then it will probably offer a translation for you, but if not then check this out.

resim

Your support would be very much appreciated.

Prost!
resim
Keep it foolish...
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#2
"alkali" Wrote:Hello,

There is a state in the south west of Germany called Baden-Wuerttemberg. You have probably heard of the Black Forest, that's in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Sadly, shredding Black Forest Gnar is currently forbidden as there is a bizarre law stating that Mountain Bikes must stick to paths of wider than 2m. This obviously rules out any sweet singletrack and sucks.

A movement is underway to try to turn this law over so that MTBers can ride as we do in the UK, a petition has been set up but 50,000 signatures are required. They're already half way there, but need more support.

Show how much you love the Germans by going to;

https://www.openpetition.de/petition/onl...erttemberg

This is a German website, if you're on chrome browser then it will probably offer a translation for you, but if not then check this out.

resim

Your support would be very much appreciated.

Prost!
resim

Genau
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#3
Unterzeichnung.
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#4
I love one certain part of Deutschland.

I intend to move to the Eiffel mountains within about 10Km of the Nurburgring eventually.
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