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Dirt biker policy on where they ride: Don't Ask, Don't Know

Dirt bikers ride past Private Property, No Trespassing signs on Mica Peak. (Rich Landers)
Dirt bikers ride past Private Property, No Trespassing signs on Mica Peak. (Rich Landers)
OFF-ROADING -- Some dirt bikers seem to have a "Don't Ask, Don't Know," policy about riding on public and private lands.
 
At least a dozen motorcyclists in some sort of organized ride on Mica Peak Monday were riding on roads and off roads.
 
The were riding on private land, Inland Empire Paper Co. land and Spokane County Conservation Futures land -- all closed to motor vehicles. The No Trespassing signs they rode past (see photo) were a clue to be ignored.
 
What's with this total disregard for land that belongs to someone else?



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Rich Landers
Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.

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