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BRUCE TAMMELIN, San Clemente
It may seem very clever to make distinctions among the various types of electric bikes, as was done in a letter a few weeks ago.
The point is that if people are exhibiting risky behavior, regardless of the “class” of the e-bike, they represent a danger to themselves and others.
Dangerous is dangerous.
It seems like funding for regulation and staffing needs to be developed to control the dangerous bikes on the Beach Trail, the sidewalks and on the streets whether or not they have pedals, pedals the riders don’t use or whether it is “truly a bike.”
Let’s get real about this problem and not create more confusion regarding a major problem in our town.