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Galen Pogoncheff, a 17-year-old San Anselmo resident, has been riding trails in county parkland weekly for the past three years. Many bikers are unhappy with their characterization in a revised management plan that has appeased others but left them feeling stigmatized. David Briggs

In recent revisions to the management plan for the Open Space District’s fire roads and trails—the first comprehensive strategy since the district’s creation in 1972—county staff dropped many proposed constraints on trail mileage and use after widespread public outcry, leaving lingering questions about the process and unaddressed issues for mountain bikers.

At a rowdy public hearing . . .

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