30 March 2015

Banning Bikes Hasn't Worked In Baltimore -- We Need To Rethink This #Opinion #SpectatorSpeaks

It's time we take a different approach to "illegal" dirt bikes in Baltimore.

Baltimore dirt bike riders young and old deserve to have a safe, legal area to engage in recreational activity. Riding is a past time and shouldn't be a crime.

The time to open the opportunity for legal dirt bike riding in Baltimore has come.

Your input, ideas, advice and even constructive criticism is greatly desired.

A special Facebook group "Baltimore Motorcycle Off Road Enthusiasts" (B.M.O.R.E) has been formed for the purpose of discussing creating a legal space to ride dirt bikes in the city. Please join us.

Let's do this!

Our city deserves better.

Unsafe street riding can be dramatically curtailed if viable alternatives were provided. Baltimore Police stand watch over two "illegal" dirt bikes that appear to have been involved in a collision.  James MacArthur/MacArthur Media Group



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