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Biking Community Reacts as Trails Disappear

Fitness Life Stories, a new website focused on issues of interest to those with an active and healthy lifestyle, is seeking input from cyclists across the county in an effort to assess the current state of public land availability to mountain bikers.

Missoula, MT (PRWEB) April 07, 2012

With news stories documenting the removal of bike paths from public land, cyclists of all types are beginning to rally together to promote safe, smart and environmentally-friendly options for riders.

Fitness Life Stories, a new website focused on issues of interest to those with an active and healthy lifestyle, is seeking input from cyclists across the county in an effort to assess the current state of public land availability to mountain bikers.

The editorial board will take its reader's feedback, along with its own research, and issue a report on its findings.

“We are interested to hear what sorts of experiences people are having at national, state and local levels,” said Steve Alonzo, Senior Editor at FitnessLifeStories.com. “It is the sort of issue that we want Fitness Life Stories to explore. Maybe we can make a difference.”

Readers are encouraged to send their stories to the sites editorial staff who will review and report back their findings at a later date. Readers can visit the website or submit stories to admin(at)fitnesslifestories(dot)com.

About Fitness Life Stories

Fitnesslifestories.com is a website dedicated to growing a community of members who promote active and healthy lifestyles. Fitness Life Stories will provide a forum for sharing information and inspiration.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/4/prweb9380655.htm

 

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